Closer Still(s) | PT.XXVII | 35Chronicle

35mm, black & white, close-up, colour, fine art, macro, nature, photography

Purple Heart [Tiger] Lily | PT.II

IV | Fuji X100S – 35mm [equiv] – 1/4th – f11 – ISO:400.

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V | Fuji X100S – 35mm [equiv] – 1/8th – f5.6 – ISO:400 [w/Hoya +10].

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[From a Little Further Back:]
VI | Fuji X100S – 35mm [equiv] – 1/20th – f2.8 – ISO:800.

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VII | Fuji X100S – 35mm [equiv] – 1/60th – f5.6 – ISO:3200.

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8 thoughts on “Closer Still(s) | PT.XXVII | 35Chronicle

    1. Hi Mike. Thank you! It’s actually a very easy set-up to work with, plenty of space; once I’ve got a couple of reflector boards in there, it’ll be even better. I can see me spending a lot more time in there, for sure. Hope you got some great shots, Mike. We look forward to seeing them somewhen! Have a great weekend. Best, Rob


  1. I like the nice even light you have achieved here. I have been using small, battery-operated lights but I would like to get something I can put on a small stand. A great winter project.

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    1. The diffuser panels at the sides do a decent job, but I try to move the lights further away, to spread it more and then use a longer Tv to compensate. The white LED torch is handy for painting light on the unlit areas while the shutter is open, that is, until I sort out one or two reflector boards and perhaps a mirror as well. I think my set-up will evolve over time. Have a look for some mains powered tripod lights and gels, you won’t regret it. It’s better than balancing torches on piles of books! Been there too! Overhead, angle-poise lamps have their uses too, by the way. If you haven’t tried one, I fully recommend giving it a go. 😉👍 Thank you so much for your kind comments! Best, Rob


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