27 de octubre de 2014

Hermes Baby surface watching

Thank you for your encouraging comments under the last post. The ant continues to explore the surface of Hermes Baby #299715...

all taken with Canon EOS Mark ii, EFS 18-55 mm, using a reverse adapter.

5 comentarios:

  1. I've always been fascinated with how decals interact with crinkle paint—thanks for these photos, I'm jealous of your equipment!

    1. In fact, this can easily be done once you own a slr camera. reverse mount adapters are available for no money at all, and do a terrific job. with a basic reverse adapter, you can start right away taking super close-ups. as our typewriters don't move, a tripod will stabilize enough. one challenge is the aperture to gain enough depth of field. for this, I invested in an electronic reverse adapter which keeps the aperture settings functioning with the lens reversed.

  2. Very wonderful macro work.

  3. I will have to try this with my bellows attachment for Minolta MD lenses mated to the Lumix G5. Great images.

  4. Anónimo9:02 a.m.

    Beautiful typewriter DNA!