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This is a discussion on Green Little Monster within the Animals (mammals, birds, insects etc.) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; Another couple of shots The view from underneath. This shows the advantage of the extension tubes to be able to ...

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    Another couple of shots




    The view from underneath. This shows the advantage of the extension tubes to be able to focus on the lens front element.

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    Great pictures Antz; I like especially the second one - very good angle.

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    It looks almost metallic!

    That last shot is actually sitting on your lens front element? Or the UV/Haze filter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Aussie View Post
    It looks almost metallic!

    That last shot is actually sitting on your lens front element? Or the UV/Haze filter?
    Thanks.MM,MA I really like the patterns on his side.

    Yep, filter. Do you ask because of the focusing or just interest? I am reasonably certain I could have focused on the front element as I wasn't at the limit with focus.

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    Excellent sharp images, it appears you have very good depth of field on these shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_Nuspel View Post
    Excellent sharp images, it appears you have very good depth of field on these shots.
    Thanks Greg....and I only took these 4 shots

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntZ View Post
    Thanks.MM,MA I really like the patterns on his side.

    Yep, filter. Do you ask because of the focusing or just interest? I am reasonably certain I could have focused on the front element as I wasn't at the limit with focus.
    Yes I was asking because of how close you can focus with those tubes!

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    love these. The grasshopper looks translucent! nice work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Aussie View Post
    Yes I was asking because of how close you can focus with those tubes!
    I can lend them to you if you like? There is nothing to them, so you'd have to try pretty hard to damage them. Plus maybe if you take them from me I'll take some real pictures

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    nice captures AntZ

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