the chicken is so sharp it looks like a 3d photo.
revisited this shot from Dec 2005.. Pacific Coast Highway, CA
Camera Model: NIKON D70
Image Date: 2005:12:08 20:09:57
Flash Used: No
Focal Length: 18.0mm (35mm equivalent: 27mm)
Exposure Time: 0.125 s (1/8)
ISO equiv: 200
White Balance: Auto
Metering Mode: Matrix
Here is the last interpretation.
good lord it looks crazy saturated lol
love the chicken shot Turo :D
Tamron 90mm F/2.8 macro SPAF Di
-whatever the hell those letters mean. They sure don't mean auto focus, it's manual focus (which I prefer for tripod shots anyway). Speaking of manual, the price I paid forgetting the lens cheap from asia is all paperwork is in chinese! At least the lens is written in English.:)
Oh btw at 1:1 macro the end of the lens looks like it's about an inch from the subject.
Still playing with my lens, nothing special but ever since the lens arrived it's been too windy for outdoor macro.
Took this while in Krakow, Poland. I was terrified that he was going to wake up while I stood there with the camera, but luckily he didn't lol.
Nikon D80 with 18-200 VR
Shaft that is an awesome photo.
For ease of viewing I prefer not to have to click a link to see it. However I'm glad I clicked your thumbnail to see that great shot a bit larger.
Beautiful shot, DPR! Is that with the Tamron? I've been considering that lens lately since I have no macro lenses, and the price doesn't seem that bad on it.
EDIT: Just answered my own question by looking at yur other post, it was the Tamron. Cool shot!
That chicken shot is very clear. What a poiser. ;) Some wild tats on the "bench" guy. :eek:
One of my "artsy" photos from the soccer match. No filter by the way.