The Canon 10D and a Macro Lens - Part 3

May 16, 2003 | Mark Goldstein | Canon EOS 10D | 3 Comments |

To round-up my brief look at the macro capabilities of the Canon EOS 10D, here are 6 photos of varying quality from my initial try-out of the Canon 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM lens.




What I’ve forgotten/neglected to tell you so far is that all of the macro samples that I’ve posted were inadvertently shot at the 800 ISO setting (I forgot yet again to check the camera settings). So if you assumed that they were ISO 100 images and were maybe a little noisy, think again, because they’re actually ISO 800 images that don’t really display that much noise.



                                                 
Macro #3
 
Macro #4
 
Macro #5
 
Macro #3
 
Macro #4
 
Macro #5
 
   
Macro #6
 
Macro #7
 
Macro #8
 
Macro #6
 
Macro #7
 
Macro #8
 


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#1 Ryan

ISO 800!!! I'm thoroughly impressed how little noise there is at that setting.

6:47 pm - Friday, May 16, 2003

#2 Nif

I really like your pics, I'm wondering if you know where I can find good photoshop tutorials.

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12:19 am - Sunday, May 18, 2003

#3 Mark Goldstein

Here's a few Photoshop links from my Favourites list, which should be enough to get you started!

http://www.photoshopcafe.com/

http://www.teamphotoshop.com/

http://www.andygraphics.com/

http://www.good-tutorials.com/

http://www.planetphotoshop.com/

Mark

2:23 pm - Sunday, May 18, 2003