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    Canon FD 50mm to M4/3 first shots C&C welcome

    As the title says...Canon FD 50mm to M4/3 first shots; C&C welcome as this is my first stab at Macro!


    Work Watch:
    Canon FD 50mm to M4/3 first shots C&C welcome

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    Canon FD 50mm to M4/3 first shots C&C welcome

    Sorry bout the watches for now, but it was something that I could get up close and personal with when my M4/3 adapter arrived!

    Thanks
    Ryo

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    Re: Canon FD 50mm to M4/3 first shots C&C welcome

    Ryo, I like the crisp clean shots. Well done.
    One thought for you...if you are going to get close, get really close. Fill the frame with the watch face, or a portion of it. The back of the Bernoulli would have a lot of detail possibilities.

    What is wrong with the numbers on the Bernoulli? They are not in order.

    Cheers.

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    Re: Canon FD 50mm to M4/3 first shots C&C welcome

    All these images have reflective surfaces so you have done well with the exposure.

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    Re: Canon FD 50mm to M4/3 first shots C&C welcome

    Ryo, I know you have some mad skills when it comes to post production...did you re-arrange the numbers on the watch face?

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    Re: Canon FD 50mm to M4/3 first shots C&C welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by plumcrak View Post
    Ryo, I know you have some mad skills when it comes to post production...did you re-arrange the numbers on the watch face?
    Jon that is the way the watch is... The odd numbering is what attracted me to it, The hour hand jumps accordingly, but the minute hand stays as normal mark of time!

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    Ryo

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