I ran short on shooting time this week due to a schedule change at work and duties around the new house (and general laziness), and so went back into the Aperture library to see what I could see… In a project titled 75-150 Reversed – Random,” I found two pics—this one, and another that will […]
A second set of attempts (see 365.15 for the first set…) to capture my right eye with a reversed 75-150, this time with flash to minimize the effects of the eye shake focus, but still fail. I tried reversed, reversed with 52mm of extensions, reversed with 104mm of extension, and mounted straight, but with 104mm […]
After making 150-odd pictures with the 24mm f/2.8 ai, reversed and on 104mm of extension, and having extreme difficulty with composition and framing, and cursing the quick grip ball head and its extreme lack of precision (and actually quite desperate for a wider angle), I went back to the old standby: the 75-150mm f/3.5 E […]
I’m feeling a sort of Doc Brown vibe here… And just not trying for two days in a row… Oh well. I’m feeling rushed and hurried, and for no good reason, and I’m taking it out on the 365 project. For shame. D7000. Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 E Series, reversed. ISO100, 2 seconds, f/8.
Yes, it’s a bad title. And, yes, it’s a mediocre photo (at best). But I’m in a bit of a hurry today. Well, not a hurry, exactly, but this is all I can do today. I did find out that the 75-150mm E Series can achieve a reproduction ratio of 2.4:1 when reversed and stacked […]
Tried something again today, or started to try something new, but decided to try again before I tried, if that makes any sense… probably not, huh. A couple of weeks ago, I tried to mount the 30mm Sigma and 10-24mm Nikkor in reverse on the 75-150, but had no luck with either. Well, in a […]
From the ‘Dallas Blooms’ photowalk, with thanks to Greg D of the DFW Photography Club of Texas MeetUp group… 365.80 Ohne Titel D7000. 75-150mm E Series, reversed. ISO400, 1/125 (AP mode), f/8.