Macro Abstract

Macro footage shot with my HV20 and a Canon 50mm 1:1.8 macro lens, turned into a slow-motion abstract project. View in HD and/or download it here.

Update: Video updated and replaced with a new version.


Abras wrote on February 8th, 2008 at 8:50 AM PST:

This is the first video from you that I didn’t liked.

Jacob Munoz wrote on February 8th, 2008 at 9:13 AM PST:

What is the average size of the objects you’re zoomed in on in millimeters? A friend of mine keeps talking about buying a macro lens and letting me borrow her cam – but no luck so far.

I grow Drosera (sundews), and they have beautiful tentacles with shiny dew/glue that look totally alien close-up. If you do a search on sundews or drosera on google images, you might find some close-ups of them – specfrickintackular!!

I’ve found growing carnivores to be a really rewarding hobby, and any time I have a visitor – they can’t believe my plants are real. Especially my Cephalotus follicularis! I would highly recommend them to photographers and artists looking for inspiration and subject matter. Now if I can just get ahold of a macro lens… grrrr!

check it! (the International Carnivorous Plant Society)

Jim wrote on February 8th, 2008 at 9:48 AM PST:

“Canon Normal 50mm f/3.5 FD Macro Manual Focus Lens”

is this the lens you are using?, also I see some lens made for fd.
Trying to duplicate your set up lens wise, is this your lens? or are there other things we should know?

I enjoyed your video very much and the music, gots to have that music

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Eugenia wrote on February 8th, 2008 at 12:14 PM PST:

Jim, it’s a normal lens, yes, but used reversed, so it behaves like a macro.

Jim wrote on February 8th, 2008 at 9:37 PM PST:

I wonder if there is a way for a nikon lens to be used with the adapters. I have purchased 4 Nikon lens for when I can purchase a Redrock Micro adapter and so a 50mm would be perfect addition?

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Eugenia wrote on February 9th, 2008 at 12:08 AM PST:

You misunderstood. I don’t use 35mm adapters. I use a 52mm step up ring with the a reverse couple ring, and then get the lens and mount it reversed. It’s no adapter. It’s shown here.

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