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Jan 11, 2013 12:45 |  #16

CallumRD1 wrote in post #15470763 (external link)
This (not my eye) was taken with my T3i, 50mm f/1.8 set to f/11, and a full set of nonelectric extension tubes. The small point light source was a flashlight used to focus. The large one was a YN-560EX with mild diffusion.

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Wow thats insane looking
you should take the white light reflection out the photo though.


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Jan 11, 2013 13:08 |  #17

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last one. i feel like i should be able to get crisper details in the iris. Not sure what else to do though.
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Maybe a smaller aperture would help, but I'm not convinced. We used the iris as the main focal point.

looks like the iris is fire :) nice




  
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Jan 16, 2013 08:34 |  #18

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Jan 16, 2013 10:37 |  #19

some of these are crazy wierd! I have to go and try this out!


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Jan 16, 2013 14:36 |  #20

The shots taken farther back usually have the photographer in them. Its like trying to photograph a mirror. And its a curved mirror! How do you stay out of the shot? Although the extreme closeups are like artwork and a marvel, the wider angle shots are more human and seem to say "I see you!".

This is definitely an interesting subject. The 'eyes' have it.


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Jan 17, 2013 09:04 as a reply to  @ ed57gmc's post |  #21

The first photo is my eye taken a few days ago with a 50mm f/1.8 on a set of non electric extension tubes. Doing this myself, I am using live view and an external flash. What I find so interesting in this is that my eyes change color throughout the course of the year, from a rich blue (second photo) in the summer to this gray (first photo) in the winter.

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Jan 17, 2013 09:08 |  #22

One from a couple months ago.

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Jan 17, 2013 09:09 |  #23

Do any of you work in a secret government installation? Im thinking of combining 'your' love of photography with Mission Impossible and James Bond!!!
Thanks for sharing. Some great shots there.


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Jan 17, 2013 09:57 |  #24

some great shots of some beautiful eyes. By any chance would one be able to use these photo for an eye print biometric identification? I know, I watch to many movies:)


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Jan 17, 2013 10:02 |  #25

THe main mistake i made when taking mine was not removing my contact lens, which definitely takes away from the clairity of the eye.


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Jan 17, 2013 12:00 |  #26

JasonMK wrote in post #15500190 (external link)
some great shots of some beautiful eyes. By any chance would one be able to use these photo for an eye print biometric identification? I know, I watch to many movies:)

I doubt you could use photos as they are only two dimensional, but each iris is unique. If you look at my two eye photos a few posts ago, even though they were taken months apart and with different levels of pupil contraction, it is very clear that they are the same eye. The iris structures are unique to each eye.


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