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Some pictures of my CRS.

Aquadream

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Hi guys. I am having a lot of fun taking close shots of my shrimps. Hope you like it to.

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This is just a single grain of Amazonia powder.
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Breathtaking pictures! The last time I saw quality shrimp like these was in a stir-fry! 😀
 
basil said:
Nice shootin - what camera and lens did you use please?
The camera is Canon EOS 600D. The lens is Nikon Micro-Nikkor-P.C Auto 55/3.5 made 40 years ago, with some additional macro rings. I also used two flash units Nissin 622i.

I'm going to be making some more experiments to get better reolusion and detail. All of these pictures were made by hand, no tripod or/and remore shutter control.
 
Look at this beast and its mighty pincers.:what:
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These are some creatures that are crawling around my CRS tanks. The largest are about 3mm across.
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Cheers guys. I'm actually trying all sorts of ways to get better macro. The best way so far was by using wide angle prime lenses with a reverse macro adapter. The wider angle the lens the more magnification. The trouble is that not all are good for this experiments.
The camera is Canon EOS 600D. Lenses are Micro Nikkor 50/3.5, Yashica ML 28/2.8 with a reverse adapter, Mamiya Sekor CS 35/2.8 with reverse adapter and Nikkor 28/2.8 Ai-s with reverse adapter.
And of course the last and most important piece of equipment is hell of a trial and error untill it works.
I also use couple of cheap flash units.
 
Aquadream - simply stunning! The sharpness is stunning.

How about your show us a pic of your camera setup for these kinds of photos, would prove very interesting!

Please share more!
 
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