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  1. #31
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    Hee...hee... I am looking forward to seeing those macro shots from TT!!
    Hope more people would go with their cameras and gadgets!! Chang's stubbles will be so.... busy posing away ~~ being the main objects for everyone!

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    So who is turning up tonight for the macro shoot?

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    me..me.....what time will you be there?

    calling jackyip.....calling choopy......calling kress.......calling RP.......can discuss about our next week's outing too...

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    I will be late. Around 10.30pm. Since I am without a macro lens now, I bring that wireless flash and trigger for you to shoot them macro stubble

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    not too sure if this can qualify as a macro......

    THE stubbles...

    shot at 30mm, 1/13, f1.4, ISO100

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    Closeup

    Nice shot.

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    yalor... we were macro-less

    must get that 150mm now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CS Chua
    Good illustration, Firefly!

    A close-up is just that. A close-up. Cannot get very near. I guess when it is very close-up, it is called a macro, right? A 1:1 magnification. This is my layman understanding of the term.

    Looks like I need to buy a macro lens then. Sigh.
    hi chua,

    u are right, generally as long as u can get 1:1 , it is commonly considered as a macro

    it does not necessary need a macro lens to achieve that. there are many other poor man's method like reverse lens, stacking, extension and etc to achieve more than 1:1

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    Quote Originally Posted by mick123
    not too sure if this can qualify as a macro......

    THE stubbles...

    shot at 30mm, 1/13, f1.4, ISO100
    One week old stubbies .....no lar ..chang is conning you with day old ones..D
    Should've offered mine to compare......

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCY
    Should've offered mine to compare......
    can can ....... next TT can have a stubbies contest D

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    Quote Originally Posted by mick123
    not too sure if this can qualify as a macro......

    THE stubbles...

    shot at 30mm, 1/13, f1.4, ISO100

    Wow, Mick, great la! You really did the stubble shot for sharing with all of us!!
    Ha aha ha.... Chang's stubbles will now be popular in USJ and Subang!! JB & Batam too?

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    posted in random but more suited here



    another angle

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    one ugly caterpillar


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    The next time you see a caterpillar, catch it. Place into a glass container. Feed it with some leaves. Keep it and see how it metamorphose into a butterfly! Interesting for the kids to observe on daily basis.

    That can also prevent the caterpillar from eating up the plants in your garden.

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