Southern Wolf wrote:as for the order to attach tubes and tele converters.
Attach the tubes directly to your lens... this allows you to focus closer... then put the tele between the tubes and body. This allows you to magnify the image that you were able to focus closer on due to the tubes.
Hope that makes since.
Bonish Photo wrote: I'm not sure if it's the combination of the tubes or the fact that I'm putting them on bigger zooms - 70-200L f/2.8 is what I normally use.
Here is the question. Dalantech, in your shots you have the entire subject in focus with the background blurred to add DOF. On my shots I've been trying to get, I have such a limited DOF, I can get the head of the insect in focus, but the focus drops off so fast, that even a few centimeters behind the eyes or nose is blurred and out of focus.
How do I fix this problem? Most of the images are lighted properly, and exposed correctly except for the DOF. I guess if I was trying to just focus on a very small section, I'd be accomplishing that, but I want to get more in focus, but still be able to be in the macro mode.
Bonish Photo wrote:I've been reading through your website, but I only have the set of Kenko tubes and have tried to swap them in different orders to experiment? Does this make a difference?
Bonish Photo wrote:I also heard that some photographers will put a 2x extender on the lens to acheive a differnt focus point? Could you explain this any better or link me to a spot on your site that might explain it more in depth.
Bonish Photo wrote: For those looking to experiment with Macro, make sure to Bookmark Dalantech's site!
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