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jp95

Hello,

for Christmas I had a gift, a special macro lens, the LAOWA 25mm
which allows a magnification of x2,5 to x5
This is a really interesting lens, which allows you to make spectacular macro shots.
It is totally manual, completely unsuited, i believe, to make pictures outside but in the studio,
it is really convenient and cheap considering his possibilities.

Here are some test photos I made a few days ago:
they are made with the technique of stacking and mounted with the software "Zerene stacker"
and then it is necessary to do some correction with Photoshop


Drosera hygarnensis flower before opening

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trap of drosera ylgarnensis before opening

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trap of drosera zigzagia before opening

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first leaf of Drosera bicolor seedling

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first leaves of drosera neesii seedling

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first leaves of drosera thysanosepala seedling

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first leaves of drosera regia seedling

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drosera lunata

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drosera i don't remenber !!

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stem of drosera stolonifera

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stem of drosera macrantha

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Peter_R

Hello JP,

 

thank you very much for showing this interesting and excellent photos!

 

Grettings,

Peter

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Beautytube

Hello JP,

 

this is a very amazing lens and definitvely at my list I will buy the next time.

 

This is what I can realize at the moment:

 

http://sarracenia.proboards.com/thread/4387/macro-photography?page=1&scrollTo=39484

 

Thank you for sharing the pictures.

 

I am wondering why there is not more response from this forum. Your pictures are marvelous,

 

BT,

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Maik Rehse

Hi,

 

thank you very much for these unbelievable photos, it´s a big joy to look at them! I have never seen such extreme Drosera macro shots, even single plant cells are visible without problems. Really good work!!! Maybe you will find some time to do this for other genera as well 😉

 

Thanks, Maik

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Lutz
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Hi,

these are really very impressive and beautiful pictures and the price is not that high for such a macro lens. Thanks a lot for the great tip. I think I will visit my favorite Photoshop in the next days to take a look at it.
Can you tell us what the rest of your photo equipment looks like?

Drosera hygarensis? Is it possible you meant D. yilgarensis?

Cheers

 

Lutz

 

PS: Für die Nichtenglischsprechenden kann ich nur den Online-Übersetzer Deepl empfehlen. Text in deutsch schreiben, Copy und Paste. Ebenso zum Zurückübersetzen. Der ist nicht 100%ig richtig aber wirklich sehr gut.

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Piesl

Hello jp95,

I have discovered your thread just now by an link of Beautytube in "Fotowettbewerb Karnivorenfotos". Absolutly great job you have done here with 100% perfect results!

Can I ask you what kind of camera body you use?

 

Best regards

Piesl

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Beautytube

... @jp95 is this a manually lens or does it support autofocus and closing aperture?

 

I want to mount it at a Fujifilm X-h1 body with a Nikon adapter.

 

BT

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Ramarro

Some photos without stacking would be very interesting, too.

 

Regards,

Rolf

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jp95

HI BT

 

This lens is completely manual, the focus and the choise of the aperture

if you have a nikon adapter for lens i think it will work.

You must know an important thing, it's that with this lens you can only make picture of veey small subjects the max size is 3 ou 4 mm

It is very interesting for making technical picture.

 

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Beautytube
vor 2 Stunden schrieb jp95:

This lens is completely manual, the focus and the choise of the aperture

if you have a nikon adapter for lens i think it will work.

You must know an important thing, it's that with this lens you can only make picture of veey small subjects the max size is 3 ou 4 mm

It is very interesting for making technical picture.

Thank you so much for the Information. It is the second application. I want to make pictures from metallic surfaces.

 

BT

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Sonja Schweitzer

I´d like to know which lightening you´re using for such small objects

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Beautytube

Dear all,

 

I got it! Laowa 25 mm!!!

Nikon mount with an adapter at a Fujifilm X H1!

 

Here the test of the depth of focus at a ruler (between two lines 1mm):

Open aperture  (2,8):

 

 

Laowa 25 mm open aperture 1 mm unit

 

aperture 4:

 

Laowa 25 mm aperture 4

 

aperture 5.6

 

Laowa 25 mm aperture 5.6

 

aperture 8

 

Laowa 25 mm aperture 8

 

aperture 16

 

Laowa 25 mm aperture 16

 

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera enodes

 

Drosera binata

 

Drosera binata

 

Drosera binata

 

Drosera peltata

 

Drosera peltata

 

Drosera peltata

 

Drosera peltata

 

All pics had been taken with flashlight TTL

No focus stacking, all apertures 16.

 

Wow, wow, wow!!!!

This is a perfect lens!

 

BT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Beautytube

... yesterdays pics had been made with a focal length of 2,5.

Today I tried the focal length 5.

 

Drosera pygmea is really small, but not with this type of lens (aperture 16, different positions of the flash).

 

Drosera pygmaea

 

Drosera pygmaea

 

Drosera pygmaea

 

This lens is really a powerful tool!

 

BT

 

 

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