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Botanical garden #2

Botanical garden #2

Mamiya 645E

xsara This photo was shot on film. Taken by xsara with a Mamiya 645 loaded with Kodak Ektar 120 film in Hiroshima, Japan. These tags describe this photo: 645, mamiya, 120, ektar, kodak, garden, botanical, botanical-garden, flower, and colour. Date: 2014-03-22. Time: Dusk. This photo can also be found in the album Botanical garden #2.

9 comments

  1. sandravo

    sandravo

    What lens did you use for these macro shots? These are very nice!

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  2. mafiosa

    mafiosa

    <3

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  3. xsara

    xsara

    Thanks @sandravo, @mafiosa . The lens is Mamiya MACRO A 120mm f4.

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  4. sandravo

    sandravo

    The next thing I want to buy is a macro lens for my Mamiya 645 Pro TL. Any reason I should pick this 120 f4 over the 80mm f4? Any personal insight would be appreciated :-)

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  5. xsara

    xsara

    My husband bought this lens in 2005 and now it is sharing with me.
    When he bought, he had only two lens for Mamiya M645 : 80mm f1.9 and 55mm f2.8. He wanted slight long focal lens. And he thought it would be much easier to take macro photos than 80mm f4. Because 120mm is not needed auto macro spacer.
    I can take macro photos easily with this lens.

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  6. xsara

    xsara

    My husband bought this lens in 2005 and now it is sharing with me.
    When he bought, he had only two lens for Mamiya M645 : 80mm f1.9 and 55mm f2.8. He wanted slight long focal lens. And he thought it would be much easier to take macro photos than 80mm f4. Because 120mm is not needed auto macro spacer.
    I can take macro photos easily with this lens. @sandravo

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  7. sandravo

    sandravo

    Thanks for the info! I checked again and there is a 80mm macro lens, that doesn't need the macro auto tube. It will either be the 80mm macro or the 120mm macro like yours. Looking at this shot, it might be the 120mm :-). Do you have a pic that shows me the closest you can go?

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  8. sandravo

    sandravo

    Also, how close did you go to the flower to make this shot, approximately?

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  9. xsara

    xsara

    @sandravo from filter ring : 20-25cm ; from film plane (Lens scale) : 45-50cm

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