Here’s a picture of my eye.
It probably wouldn’t be anything special, except that I took it myself, which may make it a bit challenging (or lucky, if you shoot blindly).
Here’s how I did it.
- I mounted my camera on my tripod.
- I used my 24-70 mm lens, with a close-up (Cokin) attachment
- I had a flash on the camera (SB-900), with a ring flash attachment
- I sat in front of my TV, and hooked up my camera to the TV.
- With the camera on LiveView mode (what the camera sees is projected upon the television), I positioned myself and the camera to focus on my eye.
- I set the camera on remote control mode, so I could fire it by my remote.
- I aimed an LED flashlight at my face to better see my eye on the television, and to aide the camera in focusing correctly.
- Since I was using a flash, I could use a narrower aperture setting, creating a wider depth of field (in case I moved too much).
Clearly, from this picture, I need more sleep.
That’s it for today’s tip.