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Tutorial for Using Enlarger Lenses in Macro Photography and Image Stacking


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  1. I have not used any Fujinon lenses.

  2. I've been busy using enlarger lenses to photograph for a major book that will be out in late 2015: Mineralogy of Franklin and Ogdensburg, New Jersey. A Photographic Celebration. It's kept me from doing more videos including how to use the lenses, BUT  by September I should be free of the duty to photograph for the book and photograph more detailed explanations and uses of lenses relating to ultra-closup work.

  3. Hello, RabbitWarrenPro.
    Do you have any feedback or info for a FUJINON 50mm f/2.8EX?

  4. Alot of the larger lenses discussed in the video are NOT 35mm ENLARGING lenses, but actually MEDIUM, OR, LARGE FORMAT, ENLARGING LENSES (Sheet film). Large format lenses are very sharp but are NOT designed for macro photography.

  5. Hi, I have the Schneider-Kreuznach 105mm f/4.5 Componar enlarger lens. Does it have the 32.5mm thread? or the more common M39 thread?

  6. I like the video but the title makes it seem you are going to show how to use them and not that you can. You are just showing lenses and adapters. 

  7. This dry, minimalistic kind of presentation is, imho, one of the higher and better uses of YT. The presenter explains beginner / novice concepts with the economy that only a master possesses. He knows what you need to know and doesn't waste time on filler or stylistic razzle dazzle. Bravo!

  8. some samples would be great 😀

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