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This thread keeps adding images so fast, hard to keep up. Some great shots again and I will have to go back tomorrow and comment on quite a number of them
Today I spent some time shooting indoors again, because our light isn't very nice today. Humid, gray, meh...
So to get some colorful results, I decided to shoot some macro wtih the 55mm f1.2 reversed plus some tubes.
Below is a 9 image focus stack, two strobes. This is the center of a 1.5" flower. The red ring is about 10mm across. Exposure was 1/125s all afternoon, and most images are around f/5.6 of f/8 to reduce diffraction but have some depth of field. I used the cheapest ebay macro rail to move the camera. Probably was pushing it a little far at this magnification...
Later I put the 24mm f2.8 AIS on the same set of tubes and shot the same flower again, macro rail stepping 20 images for this focus stack of the core - about 6mm across the full frame
and while editing this stack, I discovered a small spider inside the flower - 100% crop of the spider, which is less than 0.5mm across