Or something like that.
Click on the pics to see a full sized image.
These things were really small.
Click to see the detail on this one!
Ok, it’s not small but it looks cool!
The reflections in the sap look great!
Bug on a tarp. This is during my Blue Period.
This has “STFU!” written all over it.
View full sized to appreciate the detail in this one! And as with most of these, this is at 60mm!!!
This one was trying to get a good look at me.
That’s it! Hope you’ve enjoyed them! Let me know what your favorites are! Your feedback is helpful so when I decide to enter photo contests then I’ll know what other people like. If you’d like to see more, then go to Webshots and search my name!
My son had a photo shoot for a prom and needed a better lens so I bought a Nikkor 60mm macro lens.
So, how good are the pics? Well, I’m glad you asked! Check these out!!
To fully appreciate the detail, you have to click on the image to view full size!
This is my monitor at the minimum focusing range:
Guess which body part this is?
The answer is: My foot. (Highlight area to the left to see the answer)
And some sea gulls:
Keep in mind that this is only a 60mm lens and not some telephoto!
Oh, and how did the photo shoot go? Pretty good, check out Christopher’s self-photo:
And you can see the full sized ones here: Frznagn
My best Raven pic yet.
An immature Bald Eagle stretching his wings.
Same eagle, different pose.
I got my T-mount in the mail and now I can use CJ’s 600-1200mm lens.
This is the peak you see when you look down our street. I know, a bit out of focus.
This would be looking at the bottom part of the picture above it and zoomed in all the way. It’s hard to focus with the camera zoomed in because it shakes quite a bit at this level of zoom and the tri-pod is old and cheap which makes it wobble more.
A new sign in our neighborhood.
Same sign, just zoomed in all the way. Notice that you can see the texture much better!
Now lets look at them at full resolution quality and cropped to one letter: