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Die Augen einer Großlibelle

Die Augen einer Großlibelle
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27 comments - The latest ones
 Antonio Diaz  Pedraza
Antonio Diaz Pedraz…
Magnifica
9 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to Antonio Diaz Pedraz…
Danke Antonio!
9 years ago.
 Globalpayer
Globalpayer
Exzellent, ich bin (fast) sprachlos.
Was war mit der Libelle los, dass sie Dich so dicht ran ließ und Dir auch noch die Zeit zum exakten fokusieren gönnte ?
9 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to Globalpayer
In Kürze: Sie saß an einem Ast und wackelte im Wind, keine Chance auf einen guten Schuß; Da hab ichs Ästchen abgeschnitten und's Ästchen mit der Libelle auf den Pflanztisch gelegt. Dann hab ich mich immer näher rangewagt, immer näher bis auf 3 cm (!). Sie liess es geschehen und am Schluß ist sie mir sogar auf die Hand gekrabbelt :-) Klingt unglaublich, ist aber so!
9 years ago.
Globalpayer has replied to Jürgen N club
Unglaublich... :)
9 years ago.
Jürgen N club has added
zahm
9 years ago.
 DOMCHO
DOMCHO club
Fantastique dans sa taille d'origine
9 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to DOMCHO club
Merci Domcho!
9 years ago.
 spreecouleur
spreecouleur
Neenee Jürgen, das sind nicht die Augen,
das sind die Klö ..... naja, du verstehst schon.
9 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to spreecouleur
Klösetten?
9 years ago.
 .t.a.o.n.
.t.a.o.n.
hammer !
9 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to .t.a.o.n.
:-) Wenn Du es sagst!
9 years ago.
 Tina (*Lichtmorgen*)
Tina (*Lichtmorgen*) club
schöne blaue Beine.... :-)
9 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to Tina (*Lichtmorgen*) club
:-) Wo schaust Du nur hin, Tina!
9 years ago.
 Berny
Berny club
einfach wahnsinn!
9 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to Berny club
Ja, der Wahnsinn... Danke Berny!
9 years ago.
 by Andy
by Andy
einfach klasse!
8 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to by Andy
Danke Andy!
8 years ago.
 Steve Roter
Steve Roter
Your macro's are fantastic, what lens are you using ?? I have a 105mm Nikon Macro and I don't get this close.
8 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to Steve Roter
Steve, thank you for your interest and praise

I usually use the 35mm Zuiko Makro, please note the crop factor x2. (angle of view like a 70 mm Nikon FX lens or a 52mm DX Nikkor). The 35mm lens is a FT (Four Thirt). To use this lens on Micro Four Thirt bayonet, an adapter is needed. The 35mm Zuiko Makro is an realy inexpensive lens, but not a cheap one.

This upper picture is taken with the older Panasonic µFT Body DMC-G1. Meanwhile I use the G3. For most shots a tripod and a macro rail was used. Focus is allways set manually. For the close up here I put an +25 Dioptrien achromat on:

40000...

Note: It was a very sleepy dragonfly :-)

Here's a little picture of the combination:

atwork-

I also use a Nikon DSLR, but for macro photography, I prefer the smaller sensors, the depth of field is bigger, Live View and no mirror slap.
8 years ago.
 Mitch Seaver
Mitch Seaver
Great work!
6 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to Mitch Seaver
Thank you, Mitch!
6 years ago.
 Dave Linscheid
Dave Linscheid
Excellent macro work.

Group: =closer to the motive=
6 years ago.
Jürgen N club has replied to Dave Linscheid
Thank you, Dave!
6 years ago.

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