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[PIC_THREAD] Macro

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by Rojin, Sep 20, 2012.

  1. Rojin

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  2. Tachyon

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    Really enjoy macro so looking forward to seeing everyones pics. Some of my own, posted previously but nice to keep them together like this.

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  3. Rojin

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  4. Reemul

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  5. James J

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  6. jorzeh

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    DSC_1546 by j0rzeh, on Flickr

    Sadly i don't have a Macro lens, Plus i think Flickr has messed with my WB.. and brightness..
     
  7. Phal

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    Just had a look back over the first few pics when I got my macro lens. Should have probably got some more dof but I was even more noob than I am now so I didn't lol

    I was wandering around the garden to see if there were any ants and I found a little congregation of them. It took a little while before I realised what they were doing there... Dismantling a dead moth lol

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    Dismantle by Phal44, on Flickr
     
  8. James J

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    About as close as I can get with my current lens line up!

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    Female Speckled Wood Butterfly (Pararge aegeria) by jjohnson2012, on Flickr

    The min focus distance on the 18-200 (nikon) lens is great. Infact its far better than pretty much every other zoom lens I've ever used on both sides of canikon!
     
  9. MobyDick

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  10. Kevin Clark

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    My dad's garden last saturday morning

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  11. mrgubby

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    Not a true macro but a close to 100% crop using my phone (7D + 100mm L was at home :()


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  12. Reemul

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  13. Kevin Clark

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  14. Skynet-T800

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  15. James J

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    My 70-200 F2.8 has a very nice minimal focus distance allowing some rather nice DOF abuse. Also helps that its VERY sharp :D Pure bargain of a lens, seriously:

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    Basket Case by jjohnson2012, on Flickr
     
  16. joesmith

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  17. James J

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  18. James J

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  19. An Exception

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    What is it?
     
  20. Phal

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    Crab :p