Running Snail :)

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  1. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    hey! It moved really really fast! I used a reversed lens technique and it was almost impossible to catch him in focus.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow, this last one is almost "olympic"!!!
    You can really see the movement, the SPEED with which your athlete reaches his goal. A WINNER, here!
     
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    good pics mentos. glad to see that you getting better with that technique.

    only one thing, the vignetting. if you like it then it's cool but if you wanna make it go then open the aperture of the reversed lens and close the aperture on the fuji to get the max DOF.
     
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    hi sk8man... thanks... actually I have the apperture opened but the reversed lens is different size - it's 52 mm... I don't have so big vignieting when I use full zoom, but then the quality is worse
     
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    good shooting, unusual subjects. Like the first the best. looks like the snail is looking for a drink of water, or is that it's own slime?
     
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    no, no, no... it's water :) it was taken after a huge rain
     

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