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  1. jimmy986

    Getting into macro

    I have a few questions here so didn't know which forum to put it under. I am looking to get into macro. Specifically I am looking right now because of a trip to South America and want to capture insects, butterflies, architectural details, food, etc. So a little of everything close up. I have no experience with macro and I'm trying to decide what to get. Being that it is for travel size and weight are important but I want something that will take quality images and allow me to capture what I want. I imagine working distance is important with insect so the 60mm macro may be out because of that and also it isn't 1:1. I don't think I want to spend the money on the 80mm. I would like to keep it under $700 but that is not a firm number if I have enough justification. I have been looking into the fuji 60mm, a rokinon 100mm MF lens, and I also have a canon camera so I have considered the canon 100mm and a sigma 105mm. All have different trade offs from price to size to AF. I am also trying to decide if I should spend a little less on the lens so I can get an inexpensive ring light.
  2. Ostravaczech

    Nancy’s Rose

    In my neighbor’s courtyard.
  3. Ostravaczech

    After dinner shot

    of herbal liquor smuggled from the Czech Republic.
  4. Ostravaczech


  5. pintoamaralricardo

    Photography exhibition in Lisbon

    Hello!I would like to invite you all for a photography exhibition that I´m going to do in Lisbon, Portugal, from January 5, 2017 until January 28, at Fábrica Braço de Prata.All the photographs were made by a Fujifilm X-E1 and a XF-60 macro lens!Here is the link of the event created on facebook, for your query:Https://www.facebook.com/events/355408731493832/I left you with a general image of the 30 photographs that will be part of the exhibition, as well as an image for publicity and representative of it.Best regards,Ricardo Amaral.
  6. kiwiana

    Dirty ol Fly - Head on.

    Captured with my Fuji XE2 camera fitted with Nikon 105mm F2.8D Micro Lens.
  7. marco a little help needed what zoom lens can I adapt for close focusing in the rocky Mountains wild flowers are stunning and some very rare 60mm not ever helpful to get close is very hard to do One the rangers wont tolerate stand walking on slow growing plants two hanging over a cliff edge is not good either thank you for your help
  8. Ostravaczech


  9. kiwiana

    White Anemone

    Camera Fuji X Pro 1 Lens: Nikon 105mm F2.8 Micro with adapter.
  10. Ostravaczech

    Cactus Garden

    in a pot.
  11. kiwiana

    "Dirty Ol Fly"

    Captured with Lens: Nikon 105mm F2.8 Micro Lens Camera: Fuji X Pro 1
  12. kiwiana

    Anemone Flower

    Camera: X Pro1 Lens: Nikon 105mm F2.8 Macro
  13. kiwiana


    All of the 3 flower photos taken with X Pro1 and Nikon 105mm Maicro D Lens
  14. Ostravaczech

    Prickly Pear Variety

    as seen along the greenbelt around 104th St and Desert Cove Ave in Scottsdale AZ.
  15. Ostravaczech

    Prickly Pear Bud

    along the greenbelt in Scottsdale, AZ.
  16. bosquimano


    © Rafael C. Nordfeldt Ramis

  17. Ostravaczech


  18. andymcd

    Old Money

    A 2:1 picture of a pound coin, taken with a Fuji X-E2 using a Nikon 100/2.8E lens with a Nikon 50/1.8E reverse coupled to it. Processed in RawTherapee using Acros 100 film simulation

    © Andrew McDonald

  19. kiwiana

    Pink Anemone

    Photographed this flower, with natural backlighting. Camera: Fuji X Pro 1 Lens: Nikon 105mm Micro.(With adapter)
  20. Fuji X users - I would like to hear opinions about this lens, hopefully there are owners of this lens out there. I tried to look up reviews but there are none on the web for Fuji X-mount. Thanks!
  21. Hi All, Now that I have seen what the XT-1 can do, I really would like to start experimenting with macro photography. Can someone kindly guide me on the basic options I have please? At this stage I am not after buying a dedicated expensive lens but since I might at some point come across some second hand bargain it would at least be good to know what I should be looking out for. New lens aside, is there any fitting that would allow me to focus on and magnify an object using my standard kit lens (18-55 mm)? Thanks. John
  22. Hope someone can be of advice with the following. I've noticed that although I can enable Macro and SuperMacro in Manual mode on the X30, I find it impossible to focus at close range, ending up having to take longer distances to my subject and zoom in to approximate the desired effect. I've read (in reviews of the camera) that Macro should be excellent and work at a distance of about 1cm to the subject. I hope that somebody could explain me, as a novice photographer, what settings I may be overlooking to effectively focus manually in Macro/SuperMacro, or if not in Manual mode, which mode(s) I should use to take Macro photographs. Thanks in advance for any ideas!
  23. paul holmes

    The final frontier 3

    XA-1 camera fuji 35mm F1-4 lens raynox 250 macro lens some olive oil added to water with some washing up liquid the glass is placed over a CD and a strong torch for light
  24. For those that dont want to spend the money on a fuji 60mm macro lens this is a great alternative with great results. The raynox 250 macro lens will attach to most of the fuji lenses so you can take macro shots with them. All samples here were taken with the Fuji XA-1 camera. fuji 35mm F1-4 lens and raynox 250 macro lens which you can pick up for about 50 euro or less.
  25. paul holmes

    The final frontier 2

    XA-1 camera fuji 35mm F1-4 lens raynox 250 macro lens some olive oil added to water with some washing up liquid the glass is placed over a CD and a strong torch for light
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