Come on in!  Join today ...it only takes a few seconds.Join Us!Sign In
***CLICK IMAGE*** Taking A Morning Stroll by Omer Sidat #macrophotography #photography
4
Taking A Morning Stroll
2 years ago|184 views |Macro

This shot was taken a few months ago on a nice breezy Sunday morning. I had started my escapade around 6:30 in the morning. This lucky shot came in about an hour later around 7:33am (as per file records). I was lying on the grass, flat on my stomach in a sniper's pose, hand-holding the entire bulk of the A77 and the Manual M42 Bellows + Extension tubes set and Rodenstock lens reversed. Attached to my camera was my HVL-F58AM flash with my traditional Macro reflector/ diffuser atop the flash, set on manual at 1/8th power. Another Yongnuo YN560 manual flash was mounted on a mini light stand with a diffuser set as an optical slave on 1/8th power setting, inverted and rotated all the way down to be about 4 inches over the area I was photographing.

My target were the tiny droplets of water on the fine grass blades. As I determined the focus and was ready to take the shot... this tiny intruder came up on the grass blades for a stroll.... Superb timing I must say... Ended up with this lucky shot. ; ))

Sometimes, bending down this low, is the only way to conquer!! ; ))

Image Taken Hand Held
Camera: Sony Alpha A77
Lens Set Up: Rodenstock Eurygon 60mm lens, Reversed on a Pentax M42 Mount Auto Bellows II unit and extension tubes set.
Flash: Dual Flash set up. Sony HVL-F58AM camera mounted with DIY Macro Reflector/Diffuser + Yongnuo YN 560 in Slave Mode with Diffuser, mounted on a small light stand, Inverted and low towards the target area

Aperture: f/16 on the lens. Effective aperture around f/60 due to extension.
Shutter Speed: 1/60/s
ISO: 400

SLT-A77V1/60secISO-400
Comments
Sign in or create account to submit a comment.

No comments yet.

Recommended
Rushing headlong into obscurity by Sandra McCabe
Lighting a candle...... by Dianne Galbraith
Alone by Peep Loorits
Floating On a Cloud by DebraLee Wiseberg
Pearl of the Rose by Zsoka Lorincz
Copyright Notice
Using, copying, or reposting this photo without prior permission from the photographer is strictly prohibited.

© Copyright 2012-2014 Omer Sidat, All Rights Reserved.