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Sample Photos From Nanoha 5x Ultra-Macro Lens
Thursday 27 December 2012   —   Category: Shooting
Today I bring to a close the series of five articles about the Yasuhara Nanoha 5x ultra-macro lens I rented last month. In the previous four articles, I’ve said all I have to say on the subject — now it’s time to let the photos speak for themselves.

Out of the 123 photos that I took over two days, I ended up with only 8 usable images. The ultra-shallow depth of field at such high magnification is a huge problem, which I was only partially able to overcome using focus stacking software, as I recounted earlier in this series. But eight is better than nothing, so I’ve added the final 8 pictures to the Macro Magic 2012 photo album.

This article is the last of a five-part series:
  1. My First Time Renting a Lens
  2. Using the Yasuhara Nanoha 5x Ultra-Macro Lens
  3. Focusing on Focus Stacking Software
  4. Not All Macro Focusing Rails Are Created Equal
  5. Sample Photos From Nanoha 5x Ultra-Macro Lens
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