GUESS WHO JUST GOT A MINOLTA SRT 101 :DDDDDDD
Also, a 58mm f/1.4 a 135mm f/2.8 and a 28mm f/2.8
Super excited to try and get into film!
I'd like shake the persons hand who took those photos and pick his brain on how he was able to set it up. I'd also like to know if there was any photoshopping involved.
Photoshop? Like what... cropping? Contrast adjustment?
The light setup is a gridded flash (which is what causes that distinct pattern) and probably some working distance, so a longer lens ~100mm macro and above. Extension tubes, stop down a lot, give the person a place to put their head so they stay steady. Heck, you could do something like this if you leave the DSLR in your bag and get a Pentax Q10 (or its relatives) since you'll want to have as much DoF as possible.
I for one am actually completely down to the idea of it being complete manual It's what I do on my DSLR already anyways. And yes, it is coldshoe, but that doesn't bother me, I have no intentions of using a flash with it anyways.
Gods, everyone here is so talented with photography. These are taken from my buddies DSLR, and some just a crappy little point and shoot. I hope the setting makes up for the lack of quality.....here is to the great Northern Canadian Wilderness....
a reverse macro also does the trick .. this is with a reversed 55-300mm