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All the photos in his Flicker collection are really good!
And it’s not hurting that Adafruit’s boards are really nice to look at 🙂
How does he get that depth-of-field on those macro shots?!?
Q: Have you sold any of the BoArduino done on your flow-solder rig? If that one there was hand soldered I think I want one of the old ones as a collector’s item 🙂
Fantastic pictures, I think I will bookmark his Flicker 🙂
How to get depth of field with Macro shots.
Start with a really good interchangeable macro lens on a digital camera body.
Shoot manual with a tripod and stopped down to F16
Good lighting, good lenses, absolute stability, long shutter time and small aperature.
You can also do it with some of the newer non-interchangeable lense cameras, but a lot of it is in the quality of the lense.