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    BPnet Veteran ama1997's Avatar
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    Some More Macro Shots.

    I have had some time to play with the macro lens a bit more. Here are a few pictures.


    20110516-SDA_4732.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110505-SDA_3779.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110505-SDA_3793.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


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    20110510-SDA_3991.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110505-SDA_3828.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110510-SDA_3986.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110512-SDA_4056.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110512-SDA_4059.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110516-SDA_4678.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110516-SDA_4683.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110516-SDA_4690.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr

    Thanks for looking

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    Those are amazing! Even if I am terrified to death of wasps...but the fluffy bumble bees are cuutteee

    But really, that is some crazy good skill there!
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    Those are stunning pictures. My father has a brand new macro lens that he's going to be letting me borrow for my trusty old Canon EOS D20. I can't wait to "play around" with it.
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    Re: Some More Macro Shots.

    Quote Originally Posted by AkHerps View Post
    Those are amazing! Even if I am terrified to death of wasps...but the fluffy bumble bees are cuutteee

    But really, that is some crazy good skill there!
    Thanks,
    Quote Originally Posted by Kymberli View Post
    Those are stunning pictures. My father has a brand new macro lens that he's going to be letting me borrow for my trusty old Canon EOS D20. I can't wait to "play around" with it.
    This is my first macro lens. So far im loving it, I was a little worried that spending so much on the lens, Id not use it as much. Lately I have been using it most of all.. Here are a few more taken today.


    20110519-SDA_5018.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110519-SDA_5016.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


    20110519-SDA_5013.jpg by SDReptiles, on Flickr


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    Re: Some More Macro Shots.

    Wow! I have got to get me one of these; amazing shots!

    I shouldn't be on this forum anymore.. everyone has such cool stuff
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    Those are great! What equipment are you using?
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    Those shots are just breathtaking. I love the spider with the blue fangs.
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    Really, really awesome! Now I want one! I hate to ask such a rude question, but what price range are we talking about for a lens like that? I just got my DSLR about a month ago and so far I only have the one lens.

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    The mandables on that last spider are friggin sweet!!!

    I love how you can almost see yourself in the shiny part of those green flies. These are truly breathe taking pictures.. I am completely blown away right now at the quality of these photos.

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    Re: Some More Macro Shots.

    Quote Originally Posted by lk_holla View Post
    Wow! I have got to get me one of these; amazing shots!

    I shouldn't be on this forum anymore.. everyone has such cool stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cendalla View Post
    Those are great! What equipment are you using?
    I use the Nikon D7000 with the Tokina 100mm Macro. I do have a ring flash, but I dont really use it all that much.
    Quote Originally Posted by akaangela View Post
    Those shots are just breathtaking. I love the spider with the blue fangs.
    Thanks, He was kind of a pain. Would not stay still and very tiny. My camera is in for repair. Once I get it back, I have seen some bigger ones, Im going to try and get some better shots of one.
    Quote Originally Posted by MoshBalls View Post
    Really, really awesome! Now I want one! I hate to ask such a rude question, but what price range are we talking about for a lens like that? I just got my DSLR about a month ago and so far I only have the one lens.
    The lens is the Tokina 100mm f/2.8 macro. I bought it from B&H the lens was 449.00 with overnight shipping, the total was like 481.00 I think out of the 100mm macros. It was the cheaper one in that focal length.. I did do a lot of research on it before I bought it.. The one test site I found.. gave this lens the highest rating out of the 100mm Macros.
    Quote Originally Posted by cdavidson9 View Post
    The mandables on that last spider are friggin sweet!!!

    I love how you can almost see yourself in the shiny part of those green flies. These are truly breathe taking pictures.. I am completely blown away right now at the quality of these photos.
    Thanks, I have some somewhere, you can see the camera and lens reflection in the bug. Ill have to see if I can find them..

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