Grasshopper – experimenting with Extension Tubes for Macro Photography   5 comments

I have had a set of Kenko Extension Tubes for a long time, but have never really used them, but was filling in some time, and thought it would be a good time to test them out.

This photo was taken with 70-200mm and 20mm extension tube on a 7D ( this is a very heavy set up for macro)

This one was taken with 24-105mm again with 20mm Extension Tube on 7D ( both with external flash )

I was then going to take some photos with a proper Macro lens for comparison, but for some reason Mr Grasshoppper took offence at the flash going off in his face and flew away.

Cheers Dave

5 responses to “Grasshopper – experimenting with Extension Tubes for Macro Photography

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  1. Hi dave nice photo of grasshopper. was wondering if you were the photographer who took photos of the birds of prey experience, as I am trying to trace the link to get the photos??

  2. Awesome, as usual

  3. Beautiful images! 🙂

  4. Pingback: Macro? Well, No | Labyrinth

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