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Old 01-18-2012, 03:12 PM
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So, does anyone else out there shoot other things aside from frogs? I'd love to see some of the other subjects from Dendroboard members
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Old 01-18-2012, 04:35 PM
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Some shots I took while on an internship in Kenya this summer.
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Old 01-18-2012, 05:03 PM
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A couple i like of mine






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Old 01-18-2012, 05:30 PM
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I love both shots of birds! Good work
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I got really into spider macro photography last year...














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Old 01-19-2012, 12:06 AM
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Amazing pics everyone! Bunsincunsin, what are you shooting, and what lens?
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Bunsincunsin, what are you shooting, and what lens?
I'm shooting with a Nikon D60 and the 18-55mm VR kit lens reversed (most of my macro shots are reversed at 35mm).
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Old 01-19-2012, 12:37 AM
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here are some of mine.. i use either a canon t2i or a d60





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I'm slowly getting into astrophotography but I'm poor so I can't afford the equipment yet so I'm stuck taking photographs of the moon rather than Saturn, Jupiter, nebulae, and other cosmic objects. I do love panoramic photography, though! I took this one of Yosemite Valley and I love it the most out of any I've taken (there's a rainbow created by Bridalveil Falls' mist!):



Here's a moon picture (not very good):



Here's some other randoms:



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Old 01-19-2012, 03:04 AM
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Awesome shots everyone. I especially like those spiders.

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I have a D60 too! lol
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Awesome shots everyone. I especially like those spiders.



I have a D60 too! lol
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I've been taking a bunch of pictures at Matthaei Botanical gardens with a Nikon D40:

Venus flytrap



Some nepenthes species



More Pitcher plants:







And some sundews





I also took some Dahliah Pictures from my garden





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Keep them coming!

I do a bit of automotive stuff




Some macro



and I'm trying to get into portraiture, but I'm working on building up my gear before trying to actively go find clients so it's mostly just family gatherings while I practice



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Lots of landscape, mainly British Isles and the Netherlands: fotografie Wim van Velzen
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I work as a fashion / advertising photographer.



I can bet that Im the only person in the fashion industry with PDFs. I always get odd looks when I mention it.
Id trade it all to become a rainforest conservationist/researcher
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Those are fantastic!
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A couple of caves and old abandoned mines














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Those caves and mines look soooo cool. I have been wanting to go caving for a while now. That 4th picture with a waterfall in the cave is just insane, where is that?
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Those caves and mines look soooo cool. I have been wanting to go caving for a while now. That 4th picture with a waterfall in the cave is just insane, where is that?

Gapping gill in yorkshire, for 1 weekend in may and august they set up a winch so the public can go down inside it and it well worth it.
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I think the coolest thing about cave photos is that they can be very disorientating and mess with your head.
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I used to do a lot of photography, but now not so much. I do miss it. Here's one of my favorite shots of mine

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Mother Nature knows that Valentine's Day is coming so she put on a red show for everyone here tonight:

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I don't have any frogs to photograph yet.

So I photograph rodents...







Flowers...


Hobbits


And all kinds of other things




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I work as a fashion / advertising photographer.

I can bet that Im the only person in the fashion industry with PDFs. I always get odd looks when I mention it.
Id trade it all to become a rainforest conservationist/researcher
do you work with an agentcy or are you independent?
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Nice photos everyone.
Here are some of my non amphib pics:

Iphone

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A few recent photos...














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What kind of mouse is that black with brown tummy super cute!
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I don't have any frogs to photograph yet.

So I photograph rodents...







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A few of mine













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this is a mall my team and i have been building for the past 5 years, it cam out great! a lot of pain, but the place is amazing. anyway did a little photo shoot and thought you guys might like it.





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A few from Monday...


Green Stink Bug - Pentatomidae Family by Shaun T Johnson, on Flickr


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one of our more beautiful ag pests : ) Nice shot!

Here's more stink bugs for good measure:

Edessa rufomarginata


Brochymena probably quadripustulata
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It was a clear but windy day in the Marin Headlands yesterday:



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Nice bridge shots!

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Bunsincunsin, nice macro shots. What lens are you using? Looks like you use a macro lens aswell as a reversed stock lens for the jumper shots.

I did a fun shot for a photography contest with "Dark" as the theme. I downloaded the free trial of CS6 and lightroom 4 and practiced on this shot. I'll have to redo it using softer lighting and a smaller aperture next time. Other then that I think my eye looks kinda menacing haha. Impossibly difficult to get the focus bang on shooting yourself with a reversed lens without auto focus!

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Bunsincunsin, nice macro shots. What lens are you using? Looks like you use a macro lens aswell as a reversed stock lens for the jumper shots.
Thanks GRIMM. The shots earlier in the thread were taken with the 18-55mm kit lens reversed at 35mm, wide open, and natural light. The newer shots (last two posts) were taken with a 50mm f/1.8 reversed on extension tubes, at f/8 or f/11, and with a SB-400 flash. I would eventually like to get a Nikon 105mm macro lens, but untill then reversed works well for what I do.

And, yes, I would think shooting yourself with a reversed lens to be virtually impossible. Nice shot!
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Is that really what your eye looks like!?
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Thanks GRIMM. The shots earlier in the thread were taken with the 18-55mm kit lens reversed at 35mm, wide open, and natural light. The newer shots (last two posts) were taken with a 50mm f/1.8 reversed on extension tubes, at f/8 or f/11, and with a SB-400 flash. I would eventually like to get a Nikon 105mm macro lens, but untill then reversed works well for what I do.

And, yes, I would think shooting yourself with a reversed lens to be virtually impossible. Nice shot!
Thanks for the info. I really like using my reversed 18-55 but I get a huge amount of dust spots when using a small aperture for some reason. Old glass I think or sensors spots. I get the best results using focus staking. Have you tried it using your macro stuff yet?

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Is that really what your eye looks like!?
Well, minus the masks I added to give my skin a dirty texture, and the colour boost, yes that is my eye. If you light your eye at a 80-90 degree angle you can bring out all the details and depth in the iris. My eyes are actually pretty boring and bland compared to my sister's. When I visit back home I'll take some better pics and post them here. You should definitely give it a shot with your family using your macro lens to see who's got the coolest eyes.
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A few of mine...I just like taking pictures...








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