The next couple weeks were spent bouncing around Kenya exploring the savanna from the window of a Land Rover. I was the only person in our ten photographer group to not print off the correct travel documents for entry into Kenya from Uganda. Fortunately, we had gotten to the airport in time to correct this oversight. More African travel frustrations. Continue reading →
A common 55mm lenses mounted backwards on bellows can produce a macro photograph in the range of five times life size. What are the advantages of a bellows vs. the Canon MP-E 65mm lens? How does one set up a macro lens using a bellows?