"Here are 3 quick photos.
This is the view, not 1:1, but through a Canon 100 mm L macro lens. It is a grain of rice on a 77 mm Canon lens cap
So, at 1:1, it looks like this
And, if you want to really push it, you can put a stack of extension…"
"How big is your subject? 1:1 means the subject's size and the size of the image on the sensor are the same. If you have a full frame body, the subject has to be 24 mm by 36 mm, or smaller. If you have an APS-C sensor, your…"
"Good to have found this thread I managed to buy a Sigma 105mm f/2.8 rather cheap off my brothers friend, whilst I love this lens one to two things confuse me.
I've been told 1:1 is true macro but when I use this I don't always seem to be…"
"hi sir, I can't be able in touch with you due to my office work and last three months there was too much pressure in my work. So please regret me. Sir I am a service holder in a Private Farm, but I am very much eager to see me as a photographer…"
"It depends on how fancy you want to get. The simplest version can even be done with MS Paint. Just open a copy of the photo and type some text where you want it. You can select a font and colour. This was done with the MS Paint…"
hi sir, I can't be able in touch with you due to my office work and last three months there was too much pressure in my work. So please regret me. Sir I am a service holder in a Private Farm, but I am very much eager to see me as a photographer in future. My office timing is 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. and remain close in Sunday only, that's why am not be able to get enough time for photography. Sir can you please suggest me what do I do? My email id is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your comment.......yes india is very much rich with landscapes......I will upload some photos very soon......actualy due to my office work i can't upload any photo till now.....i live in West Bengal (India), this state is rich in so many cultural activities..... I will upload this type of photos soon....
thanks for the comment,this was taken in alberta canada just west of edmonton at a lake near there.I have been spending the summer out here and the picture opportunities are endless.I pack the camera every where.hope to add to my collection.