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Nice.

Interesting that you got so close in with the Raynox 150 at 200mm on APS-C for the first one. Is that a very big crop? (I get a scene width of around 22mm on (Canon) APS-C at 200mm with a 55-250).

Interesting also to see someone else using very small apertures.

So the front wings inflated before the rear ones?
 
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Nice.

Interesting that you got so close in with the Raynox 150 at 200mm on APS-C for the first one. Is that a very big crop? (I get a scene width of around 22mm on (Canon) APS-C at 200mm with a 55-250).

Interesting also to see someone else using very small apertures.

So the front wings inflated before the rear ones?

I have never tried 'stacking' and have been really impressed with f32 on this set up. With the Raynox attached, I need all the help I can get!

I have shot a lot of these, emerging from Nymphs this week and this was the first that 'pumped up' the front wings so far in advance of the rear set.

Here's the previous frame without crop.:

DSC_7421
by Glynn Hobbs, on Flickr
 
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I have never tried 'stacking' and have been really impressed with f32 on this set up. With the Raynox attached, I need all the help I can get!

I have shot a lot of these, emerging from Nymphs this week and this was the first that 'pumped up' the front wings so far in advance of the rear set.

Here's the previous frame without crop.:

DSC_7421
by Glynn Hobbs, on Flickr
Not a huge crop then. Interesting. Thanks.
 
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