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    Nightmare with extreme macro

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    Nightmare in all aspects; technical and composition and all details that we never noticed before! Wait till you see the tiny teeth when I zoom in more....

    So this is how these little things clean my tank glass....hmmm.

    Uncropped image.


    ck
    Last edited by CK Yeo; 8th Sep 2008 at 22:35.

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    The things that look like hair with the naked eye are actually hooks! Sharp one! No wonder these things always get entangled in the net.


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    Rolls of teeth. Cropped image.


    ck
    p.s. Pardon the white balance.

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    Fish in question Otocinclus.
    Eye opening picture CK!

    They can't just eat algae with teeth like that!
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    Actually.. a lot of things look different under scrutiny..
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    the trick is to appreciate it..hahaha.

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    Looks like you are having some fun with the lens. Now try some non static subjects!

    Cheers,
    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    Looked like JAWS!
    well done ck
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    Quote Originally Posted by benny View Post
    Looks like you are having some fun with the lens. Now try some non static subjects!
    I am having enough problems with the static subject already! Damn difficult to focus, especially when fully extended. And I need to find something that will fit the lens .

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    Looked like JAWS!
    well done ck
    Thanks, Richard.

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    what lens are you playing with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CK Yeo View Post
    I am having enough problems with the static subject already! Damn difficult to focus, especially when fully extended. And I need to find something that will fit the lens .
    ck
    CK.. need one of those dials?? i got one from Benny.. if you need let me know..

    Benny.. i borrow after CK can?? kekeke..

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    Huh? What dial?
    It is MPE-65mm

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    those things you mount the camera on then turn the dial to focus one.. it moves the camera on a roller-sort of thing.

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    Gee, looks like some monster from the deep. Cool shots!! Which lens are you using for this?
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    Luenny... already mentioned la....

    MPE-65

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    he means a focusing rail la....

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    ck,
    MPE-65, wow new toy.
    now can get those really small fishes to shoot
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    Oops, me bad. Never read properly.
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    Ya, new toy. I think I will go blind soon. Half the time I cannot find the subject in the viewfinder. Even at 1X, I cannot fit a whole tetra into the frame. How would the focusing rail thingy help? hmm... Justin, take from you when I pass you the darter tetra.

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    Geez, I'm surprise that its our common oto. Thought its some other big, mean looking pleco.

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    Ok.. i think at that depth the DOF should be quite jialat right? in that case the focusing rail helps stabilise it and makes it easier to find the sweet spot of sharpness.. i think la..

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