The Canon 10D and a Macro Lens - Part 2

May 16, 2003 | Mark Goldstein | Canon EOS 10D | 0 Comments |

It’s been pointed out to me (thanks Ian!) that yesterday’s sample macro photograph was perhaps not the best subject to choose, as it wasn’t easily identifiable (not identifiable at all really!). So I’m posting a more recognisable subject - the British pound coin - which will hopefully give you a better idea of what the 10D and the Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro lens can do.




As with yesterday’s sample, the images demonstrate 3 things. From left to right, the first photo is a resized version (500x333 pixels) of the original JPEG file, with levels adjustment and USM applied. The second is a 100%, non-altered crop from the original JPEG. The third is a 100% crop with levels adjustment and USM applied.



                   
Macro #2
 
Macro #2 - 100% Original
 
Macro 2 - 100% Sharpened
 
Macro #2
 
Macro #2 - 100% Original
 
Macro #2- 100% Sharpened
 


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