C&C on Macro

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  1. AlexColeman

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    No problem, just using what I brought, D700 is w/ Nikon being aligned for my 24-70, so I have had to shoot the whole trip DX :(
     
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    :confused: Neither are DX.
     
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    I do not have my D700 with me. It is with Nikon to be serviced (lol). All I have is a d90. and some of my lenses. I can use text modifications to, ;).
     
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    Bump-Updated to full size.
     
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    WOW....these are simply INCREDIBLE! I went to your smugmug, and omg the bee one is insane. You have convinced me to get the 105... that's my next lens.
     
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    Thanks alot, you will love the 105!
     
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    Wow, those are amazing! I absolutely envy you being able to take that bee photograph, I can never get them that pin-sharp with that much detail! How on earth did you do it? I'm curious.

    My second favourite is the first one, the sunflower's petals. The backlighting is wonderful, although i would prefer it with some more of the petals in focus, to really show the exquisite detail.
     
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    #1 and 5 are my favorites. They are more about color photography than flowers.

    #2 is a very nice bee shot and #4 is a very interesting plant and nicely shot too.

    #3 is the only one that doesn't do it for me. Too much negative space.
     
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    Thanks guys.
    Tamiya- I just used a 900 at 1/64 to freeze motion, and careful sharpening with Phototools 2 plugin, thanks for the advice.
    Cloud- 3 was iffy for me to, just curious what the reactions would be.
    Thanks again.
     

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