Uploaded: February 23, 2003


This is a black dot printed with a jet printer on a regular white paper. Reversed Bell & Howell Co. Super Comat 1-inch f/1.9 old movie lens (wide open) stacked on a Nikon AF Macro 60/2.8 prime lens. Daylight from the window, reflected by a small mirror (I had to do this due to extremely close distance from the lens to the object – the lens, although very small, blocked almost all the light). The exposure was 9 sec at f/40.


clifton Mair March 04, 2003

Love it, congrats Victor! #24955

Guy D. Biechele level-classic May 26, 2019

Very cool abstract. Well seen and captured. Congrats! +Guy #63457

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