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    Posted: 11 August 2022 at 08:16
Grasses by T Snijder, on Flickr

Sony ILCA-99M2
105mm F2.8
f/5.6
105.0 mm
1/90 sec.
100 iso
Comments are always welcome.
 



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I hope this is a type of grass, gone to seed. If it's not, at least my heart is in the right place.



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Dune cover

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Grass grows everywhere

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Thanks so much! I love the fall grasses.
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Originally posted by Dena Dena wrote:

Gold


Simply beautiful!
 



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love your work there Dena - cool capture.
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Originally posted by Idleidolidyll Idleidolidyll wrote:

Originally posted by Phil Wood Phil Wood wrote:



That's a lovely shot Phil


Thanks - much appreciated.
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What I'm doing here?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Idleidolidyll Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 September 2021 at 11:43
Originally posted by Phil Wood Phil Wood wrote:



That's a lovely shot Phil
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A99ii + Min 80-200 HS APO G
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Idleidolidyll Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 September 2021 at 11:17
I shot more film than digital so exif doesn't matter to me much.

I've used the shift function on my A7R, it was fine and helps create panorama ultra wide as well as helping with converging verticals.
However, it's that super close focusing I like most: as per your shot.

My other is the 60mm 2:1 super macro. It's as good as my Minolta 50mm macro.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Hezu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 September 2021 at 11:05
Originally posted by Idleidolidyll Idleidolidyll wrote:

Originally posted by Hezu Hezu wrote:

Wide-angle take on the subject


Is that the 15mm shift macro? If so, I have one too.
Yes. Although I never use the shift function, primarily since if I've understood correctly it may not work that well with full frame cameras.
Originally posted by Idleidolidyll Idleidolidyll wrote:

Quite like those Laowa lenses.
My relationship with the LAOWA lenses I have (15 mm Wide Macro, FE 10-18, 25 mm Ultra Macro 2.5-5) is bit of a love-hate relationship: sure I can get fantastic images with them, but then there is quite a few annoyances: no electronic contacts and thus no EXIF information, 15 mm has a flimsy hood that may also block getting close enough for 1:1 magnification, FE 10-18 filter systems are quite hard to use (not that I use filters that often anyway) and 25 mm Ultra Macro has no standard filter threads at all (and in this case, I would use those for attaching macro flash/light instead of filters) and of course high magnification photography is not that easy in general, but that is true regardless which lens you use.
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