Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Frank N. Beans, Apr 18, 2005.
I like the 2nd one, looks static but a closer look reveals that its actually in motion. The first pic needs work on the depth of field, I think it would look better if the whole fly (or whatever it is) is in focus. What lens are you using in the 3rd to cause that severe distortion? the exif info says 0mm
Could it be a Zenitar 16mm f/2.8 Fisheye?
says 28mm on focal length
i love the 2nd, maybe crop the beam from the top out and focus more on the spinning object? looks good tho
I don't know what lenses he has
not for me it doesn't plus 28mm wouldn't have that kind of distortion
Second one looks really nice
Camera Make: Canon
Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
Image Date: 2005:04:17 02:22:32
Focal Length: 28.0mm
CCD Width: 8.86mm
Exposure Time: 0.2973 s
ISO equiv: 1600
Are we talking about the same picutre? I was talking about the 3rd one he posted.
Yeah the 3rd (b/w) pic is with a Zenitar fisheye..........I was just expirementing with that lense. I wasnt supposed to post one of those.
The picture of the wasp is with a Sigma macro 70-300 f4-5.6. The picture of the mill is with a Sigma 28-70 f2.4-8. I know the macro pic wasnt the best, still trying to master that lense. Its a little harder with the subjects moving around.
I was right.