Oct 172008
 

I take *tons* of documentation photos as I build the electronics I design for RepRap, and sometimes I get a bit bored and like to take random macro shots. Sometimes they turn out really neat, showing you a perspective or detail you just cant get as a human. Today was one of those days:

Stepper Motor Driver v1.2 Build

and
Stepper Motor Driver v1.2 Build

and
Stepper Motor Driver v1.2 Build

all turned out pretty well. make sure you click through for the big versions!

 Posted by at 6:53 pm
  • http://www.hackaday.com/ Eliot

    It looks like an army assembling.

  • tom

    Come on Zach, that’s not macro.. Where’s the goatse?!

  • http://blog.tinyenormous.com tinyenormous

    Those are neat. What kind of lens / camera did you use? True macro lenses are awesome, but wicked expensive… The depth of field was cool in 2 and 3.

  • hoeken

    nothing special really… just a point and shoot: Canon SD750 using the Digital Macro mode. the crucial thing is to use good lighting. i usually use two clamp lights on either side of the object. using a tripod can help too, but i believe i did these with just my hands.