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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by digitalrebelxt, Mar 26, 2006.
Comments Welcomed, Original Link http://www.flickr.com/photos/digital_rebel_xt/118092266/
Great detail! When did you take it?
Very nice. What lens, shutter, lighting, etc etc?
Camera: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT
Exposure: 0.003 sec (1/400)
Focal Length: 100 mm Canon Macro Lens
ISO Speed: 800
100 mm lense? You were probably standing quite far away, weren't you.
Great detail, though. Must have been great lighting conditions to get a shot like that at 1/400 seconds and f/6.3.
I am in the process of taking 3 rolls of flower shots just like that.
most of the shots Im getting with my "zoom lens with macro feature" is
between f4 - f5.6
I havent developed any of them yet, but I would LOVE to get an insect composed like you did, thats very very nicely shot.
how far away were you (front lens glass) from the bee? my typical "macro" shot is about 6-12"
nice pic, just crop some of the dead space to the right of the flower....
There was a whole previous thread on bee photography a few weeks back.