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Old 11-05-2008, 22:08   #31 (permalink)
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frances sure you can. i'm also using build in flash in my both cameras - fuji finepix and canon eos 40d. try it and if you are not happy with results try something else.
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Old 11-05-2008, 23:09   #32 (permalink)
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This is fabulous, thanks for taking the time to do this!! I recently got the 105mm f/2.8 macro lens, so this will help me out a lot!!
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Excellent, very well explained. very useful.
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chrisa could you please use another words or describe what you mean by "One other thing that can be of aid if your subject is suitably non moving is focusing rails" - i don't understand what you mean. it's my english - sorry.
Interesting diffuser shot, I might try the tissue approach on my flash gun, still can get a reflection on the shinier insects with the MT-24ex.

The focusing rails are also called macro bellows. They attach to the tripod and camera, and allow you to move the camera back and forth, and with some focusing rails (eg Velbon Super Mag Slider) side to side as well by turning a screw on the intrustment. Good for precise control as you set your lens to the desired magnification and then move in and out with very fine control. Obviously for moving insects they are not much use!
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Marcin, an excellent tutorial - thankyou. Considering that English is not your first language, I am doubly impressed

It has to be said that your pictures are truely inspiring, have you considered selling them? I am sure there would be a market in some specialised magazines for such good work as this.

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Hooky i'm a photographer not a businessman . but if someone is interested - of course i would like to earn some extra cash for another lens . any managers here .
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I think this will help a lot. Thanks.
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If you like macro photography take a look at Igor Siwanowicz work. He is probably the best macro photographer in the world at the moment. His photos could be found here: Photos by Igor Siwanowicz - photo.net
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Wow his work is stunning!
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Old 29-05-2008, 23:14   #42 (permalink)
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THANKS SO MUCH MARCIN!!! You are a master and your tutorial explained everything very well. I dont know anything about photography(but am learning lots on pixalo...thanks everyone!) ive always loved Macro and I never really thought i would like to take pics of insects(except butterflies)but the tutorial makes me want to crawl around and try all of these things..if i can remember them!!! heheeh thanks again.
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Igor is the master of Macro you are right! He does have some pretty amazing shots. I like the Dragonhead Eumagalodon! He looks almost human!
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Old 04-06-2008, 22:24   #44 (permalink)
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A great tutorial, I would like to see more tutorials like this.
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Re: Macro photography tutorial

Yep a really brilliant tutorial so much so that i have sent for a macro lens and i have made a diffuser out of a plastic milk bottle.
I have been messing around with my zoom and diffuser trying to get some practice in until my macro lens arrives,i think i have the bug now(no pun intended)
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Thanx for the tutorial. Just what I needed to get me kick started!
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I have just recently taken an interest in Macro Photography and this is JUST what I was looking for

Thanks for taking the time to write it.
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thx ds00kg .

i promised you all macro tutorial second part - i'm sorry to keep you waiting. i'm spending more time with my camera then with my laptop. but it will come.
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Thank you for the great tutorial.
I jusr recently made some pictures of butterflies ( without special macro equipment ) during my holidays and was amazed by the creatures.
I will use your tutorial for a new go in much better quality.

One more thing: I like your sense of humor!
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wow!! fantastic piece of article!! superb photo samples too!!
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Great tutorial... I learned a lot...
I'm new to macro photography and don't understand the following:

Important note – on digital camera with Raynox DCR-250 use maximum zoom, on DSLR camera keep your macro lens for 1:1 magnification (like max zoom).

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Think it refers to distance to subject; you'll only get 1:1 macro if you set lens to 1:1 and then move the camera to bring subject into focus.

Personally, I compose the shot without reference to what the magnification might be as it's very often a much better shot!
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Think it refers to distance to subject; you'll only get 1:1 macro if you set lens to 1:1 and then move the camera to bring subject into focus.

Personally, I compose the shot without reference to what the magnification might be as it's very often a much better shot!
Thanks, that helps!

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Ok – it’s time to forget about auto focusing. There is no such a thing like AF in your camera . Now when you are hypnotised it’ll be easier to explain why. DOF in macro is very shallow. It’s like 2-5 millimetres. So switch your camera to manual focusing and moving your body find sharpness on your object. And when I’m writing about moving I mean really small moves.
Marcin... When doing macro work with the 40D using manual focus do you use "LiveView"?
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Hi there. Thanks for the tutoroial. I am thinking of buying a macro lens at the moment but there's a risk of me having 'all the gear but no idea' so its good to hear that its fairly easy to get started! Couple of questions - What's the difference between a Macro flash and a 'normal' one? I have a Nilon Speedlight SB-600 which I bought for a course but never actually used. Is this suitable for Macro as it stands or is it best to build a diffuser as you show? (Sorry - really have no idea how to use it yet!)
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Hi there. Thanks for the tutoroial. I am thinking of buying a macro lens at the moment but there's a risk of me having 'all the gear but no idea' so its good to hear that its fairly easy to get started! Couple of questions - What's the difference between a Macro flash and a 'normal' one? I have a Nilon Speedlight SB-600 which I bought for a course but never actually used. Is this suitable for Macro as it stands or is it best to build a diffuser as you show? (Sorry - really have no idea how to use it yet!)
A macro flash is designed to put the light where it's needed: close to the lens and to reduce shadows Pixalo Photographic Equipment Reviews - EM-140 DG Ring Macro Flash -

Your best bet is to adapt your Speedlight with a 'Marcin Diffuser' as this'll achieve what you need for macros!
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Cool - thanks. That's clearer. And in case anyone was wondering I have a Nikon not a Nilon - must look at what I type!
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do you think i could learn the basics using a sigma 70-300mm apo macro? i cnt afford a macro lens as i have to get one that will do multiple things at the moment
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do you think i could learn the basics using a sigma 70-300mm apo macro? i cnt afford a macro lens as i have to get one that will do multiple things at the moment
Well, I regularly use my 300mm on butterflies, dragonflies, so absolutely! The distinction between closeup and macro becomes a bit blurred(!! sorry about that!) tho' 1:1 seems to be the accepted macro - but hey, who cares? As long as we get pleasant enough pics!
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