Macroooo!

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  1. duncanp

    duncanp TPF Noob!

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    i got 2 new lenses today :D :D not getting anymore for a few years... i got the canon 100mm macro and the sigma 70-200 f2.8 :D

    anyway macro pics.

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    And... Guess what this one is..

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    Thanks for looking
     
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    is the last one a cantilope? Awesome pics... Way better than anything I could ever dream of doing.
     
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    duncanp TPF Noob!

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    thanks :) the last one isnt a cantilope
     
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    Heya Duncan, I was thinking about you earlier today, wondering why I hadn't seen any of your posts of late!?!?
    And here you are!

    And with yet more new lenses. Well: WOW!
    You must have been a GOOD boy to get all these!

    Is it your sweater then in the last photo shown?
    Nice macro leaf in 2! Cool colour :greenpbl:

    We could compare macro leaves. I took a few in summer but never showed them.
     
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    And why NOT?

    Awesome shots, the leaf is my favorite. I think sweater is a good guess, but I have no clue.

    Nice lenses too!
     
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    duncanp TPF Noob!

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    ok.. its not a sweater..... keep guessing
     
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    I'm not great a guessing, but I like #2. :)
     
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    for the benefit of the ignorant, please tell me what the Sigma 70-200 f2.8 is? Thanks.

    Excellent pictures by the way.. :thumbup:
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    Love the pics, and congrats on the sweet new lenses.

    That third one is a puzzler: a closeup of the growth on the cheese in my fridge? A 'shreddie'/shredded wheat morsel? Microfibres, like on a cleaning cloth?
     
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    is number 3 some sort of plant?
     
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    Looks like a nice lens, what's it look like stopped down?

    You'll love the Sigma as well. I have an older version and it works very well. So well in fact that I now use it and a Canon 500D closeup filter to shoot macros with because I get about 15" of working distance & it's one less lens to carry. Can't hand-hold a macro anyway so the big lens & tripod works for me.
     

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