Reverse lens macro shot with Minolta MD W.Rokkor 35mm, without reverse macro adapter.
Spidey has caught its prey and is preparing for his breakfast. But the very next minute after taking this shot the newspaper boy came and throw the news paper spoiling Spidey’s breakfast
Lens : SEL1855 f3.5-5.6
Camera : NEX-3, ISO-200, 1/60, f7, reversed, raw
It just drizzled today morning.. Not much monsoon so far, it seemed to e subdued a bit.
Lens: Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm f1.7, reversed
Camera : NEX-3, ISO-400, f8, 1/60, raw
Reverse lens macro
Lens: Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm F1.7, reversed
Camera: NEX-3, ISO-400, f8, 1/60, flash on, raw
Reverse lens macro using my other lens Minolta MD Rokkor 50mm.
Lens: Minolta MD W.Rokkor 35mm F2.8, Reversed
Camera : NEX-3, ISO-400, f8, 1/60, jpeg
Damsel fly captured with lens reversed.
Lens : Minolta MD W.Rokkor 35mm F2.8 Reversed
Camera : NEX-3, ISO-400, F5.6, 1/60, raw
Euphoria Milli Up close. Reverse lens macro technique was used. The plane of focus with this technique is very less. I don’t have a reverse lens adapter hence the shot was taken hand held, with one hand holding the lens. It was very difficult to balance. Finally could manage this one.
RawTherapee has helped me bring out lot of details in the shadow area (which was created due to lens blocking the flash when reversed).
Also I has bring back the habit of adding the lens and camera setting details to the post. 😉
A Red centipede caught with lens reversed