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What may be my last outing this year (depends on work) I took in the first round of the Jock MacKay cup which saw the battle of the Isle between Orkney and Lewis & Harris, played in Invergordon.......which is nowhere near either Orkney or Lewis & Harris......so yeah.

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Mucking about with flash and an old macro lens in the garden

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On 29/09/2019 at 12:32, jamamafegan said:

Lads, how are you uploading your high def images onto this thread? I've somehow forgotten how to do it!

Not sure what you mean but if your saving your photos as JPEG after processing then click on choose files and find yer folder.

Either that or you were pissed when you posted this :-)

 

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I forgot I had this. It's a reverse mount that fits an old manual focus 50mm lens backwards onto my camera and converts it into a macro lens, having great fun. Only downside is the aperture ring doesn't function so I'm stuck with whatever it's on, looks like about f/8.

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1 hour ago, MixuFixit said:

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I forgot I had this. It's a reverse mount that fits an old manual focus 50mm lens backwards onto my camera and converts it into a macro lens, having great fun. Only downside is the aperture ring doesn't function so I'm stuck with whatever it's on, looks like about f/8.

I've no idea about 'camera speak', but that's a nice capture of the arachnids' abdominal patterns.

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I've no idea about 'camera speak', but that's a nice capture of the arachnids' abdominal patterns.

Thanks

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