DIY – Macro fisheye

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    Oryctes nasicornis, European rhinoceros beetle, 32 mm

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    As I've mentioned in a couple of recent posts I've been playing around with an experimental solution for wide angle macro shooting. I promised I would elaborate on it, so here goes!

    I recently posted a more detailed version of this on my Swedish blog: makrofokus.se/blogg/2016/9/22/diy-makro-fisheye.html The English bot-translation is actually quite good.

    Otherwise, please have a look the first comment below for a summarized description, photos of the gear and more sample photos!

    This image is stacked from four exposures in Zerene Stacker but it's not really focus stacked but aperture stacked (explanation below!).

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    1. maria_nobili 8 months ago | reply

      Thank the very

    2. elene.smith 7 months ago | reply

      Great pic! Do you like? www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXrAW7wv7vg Inside collapsed pharmacy headquarters

    3. HereIsTom 7 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot!

    4. mga_995 7 months ago | reply

      Increible

    5. OSKI59 7 months ago | reply

      Bello por dónde se lo mire.

    6. forcefulfighter 6 months ago | reply

      how come something look so terrifying also look amazing

    7. sifomontse 6 months ago | reply

      Whattttttttt

    8. sway_86_217 6 months ago | reply

      Not a fan of critters but I do love the way you have captured them.. fantastic..

    9. lyndatatatatata56344642 6 months ago | reply

      Do not trust me
      I do not know myself what I mean
      Do not trust me

    10. tristanoakesphotography 6 months ago | reply

      Great photo :: Well done!

    11. Neal1ando 6 months ago | reply

      What a fantastic photo...simply Brilliant

    12. chl.fearless1 6 months ago | reply

      This guy looks like a dinosaur

    13. Amro Sweedan 2 months ago | reply

      amazing!!
      what about using sigma diagonal fish eye incited of the CCTV for better IQ ??

    14. Jocarlo 2 months ago | reply

      Impresionante imagen

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