Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by dream_police, May 30, 2021.
At 1:1 and No it is not the same.
How do you know you are at 1:1?
probably near to the closest focus distance. Easiest way to check is to focus on a ruler and measure distance from lens front to ruler at which the frame is filled with the sensor dimension. So 36 mm landscape for full-frame.
This is technically macro.
ex. Iris by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
As it was shot on a 54 mono rail with a 6x9 back with the attended exposure calculations needed to work with such a long bellows extension.
And why did I do it, because I wanted to see if I still could do that sort of thing.
When what you are shooting matches its projected size on your sensor. Not when it fills the frame.
You start by knowing the size of the object. If it measures 13mm high and fills a 4/3 frame, you are at 1:1. Ditto 15.7mm on an APSC sensor. If it measures 13mm, then it will fill that proportion of an APSC frame.
Unavoidabe Selfie Udaipur by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
Done recently for an ArtUK feature on their sculpture photographers.
Mike L 1 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
Hello! That's a nice one.
A five year old one and one from 2 days ago (as above).
Thirteen years ago, when I still had a home darkroom.
Darkroom by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
I used a crop from this as my avatar in the early days of my original AP forum user account.
Our ski group reflected in the goggles of or guide, I am the fat one in black.
IMG_3872 by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
If this is too close to the brief for the 19th or 25th, mods please feel free to delete it.
IMG_4169mono by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
Taken during lock down two when I was running out of things to do but still getting up at 6am as though I was going to work. One of the set was the close up of my rib cage that was posted in the abstract pictures above.
Thank you, unfortunately that was quite some time ago.
Here is a classic from our last sun, sea and sand foreign holiday.
SelfLanzarot by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
This one means so much to me. It is a selfie of a selfie that was being taken of us in Istanbul. This was one of the last photo's I have of Hannah. Tomorrow is also the anniversary of her death.
selfie of a selfie by Nigel G, on Flickr
A very special and personal photograph.
Thanks. It doesn't help that most, as good as all, of the photo's I took in Istanbul I lost on a HD crash.
Just over a year ago.
Still Alive by Nigel G, on Flickr
And playing with the portrait setting on the iPhone, which is actually quite good.
IMG_9765 by Nigel G, on Flickr
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