4youreyesonly

© Mark Dijstelberge

4youreyesonly

Uploaded: May 21, 2007

Description

4 eyes in a row the other 4 are on the sides.

Exif: Exposure Bias Value: +1/3, Exposure Time: 1/500, Flash: 29, Camera Model: NIKON D70

Comments

Jessie L. Cole May 21, 2007

That is one amazing macro, what lens did you use to do this one? #659304

Gary G. Stewart May 21, 2007

I agree! Outstanding! I would also be curious as to what lens you used. Good job Mark! #4308343

Cheryl E. Molennor May 21, 2007

Awesome macro. What are you using to get it so big and close? #4308821

May 21, 2007

Superb! #4309446

Michelle L. Frick May 22, 2007

That's a bit too close for my comfort. Incredible detail on this macro Mark! I'm with the others, which lens did you use to get this close? #4313426

Mark Dijstelberge May 23, 2007

Thanks all. Don't know if this is the way to reply overhere but didn't see other ways.

What I use for the extreme kind of macro are reversed lens'. I prefer 24 and 28mm for these. This one was with the 24mm.

thanks all.

cheers, Mark #4314828


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