Step 4: Canon

<p>I've done this before, but found it gave me more of a texture(nylon blazer) as opposed to a useful image, except for a very small spider(dead), there is also another image I deleted, but it is on my flickr stream, it is of newspaper print.</p><p>https://www.flickr.com/photos/roshan-photography/</p>
Great instructable. I just found out about coupling rings today and its advantages over using just one reversed lens and was looking for an example of it in action. Thanks! <br> <br>I was also thinking another option to using a remote control cable might be to set the timer on the camera so the shake can settle down before the shot.
I put my 50mm f1.7 on the end of my 300mm macro lense and it worked great but if was very hard to focus wothout using a rail
I think this is actually called a pen.<br><br>Good instructable!
Wow, never thought of doing this. I use a Micro-Nikkor 50 mm, with a PB-6 Bellows and SunPak Ring-flash for my micro photography. Check some out here:<br> <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/tylercard/sets/72157628033745256/">http://www.flickr.com/photos/tylercard/sets/72157628033745256/</a><br>
Very fancy setup and... nice pictures !

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