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postedbyYousef

I enjoy using my Macro lens every time I get the chance, but its annoying when looking at the results. It doesn’t have the image stabilizing feature, so I always end up with shaky and blurry images. To deal with this major flaw, I make sure not to use this lens when there is no enough exposure and light. A sunny day would be a perfect opportunity to use this lens outdoors.

 

This entry was posted on Thursday, May 21st, 2009 at 10:49 pm

9 Responses to “Taking pictures of Ants”

  1. Bu Yousef says:

    Try a mini tripod (or a brick) and release the shutter with the timer…

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  2. Marzouq says:

    A timer helps solve the problem of the shake, I have managed with that.. I think the sizes of the last few pics are off!

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  3. Yousef says:

    Bu Yousef wallah I bought the gorilla slr tripod and used it for a couple of weeks, but it doesn’t work properly if I’m using a heavy lens, it gets bent everytime.. Very frustrating!

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  4. Yousef says:

    Marzouq okh! You’re right!! I’m gonna fix them as soon as I get a hold of a laptop. Thanks :)

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  5. um-mit3ib says:

    radait shaghabt el namel ;p ?

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  6. :::ShoSho::: says:

    Tripod and remote.. but i have to be honest I am too lazy to use the tripod.. you know takes time to adjust the height and the angle..

    but these pictures are really good!

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  7. Yousef says:

    yeah the tripod could be annoying too.. especially when trying to get the right angle.

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  8. Moe says:

    pump up your ISO to be able to use a higher shutter speed.

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