Skipper, Ant, and Spider

Discussion in 'Macro Photography' started by NateS, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. NateS

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    WOW.

    How nice does your Tamron 180mm work? Just bought one for myself.
     
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    Great shots. The detail in the skipper is great. :thumbup:

    Little more depth on the spider would've been nice, been I know what you're working with.....






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    Thanks guys. I love the Tamron 180mm and the bokeh it can produce (look at the ant pic) is stunning. I am shooting with the 1.4TC attached and a 12mm (sometimes a 20mm) tube attached so I am effectively at 250mm and roughly 1.7-1.8:1 magnification. As you can imagine, it gets incredibly hard to handhold...though more manageable with the 12mm tube than the 20mm.

    Thanks again for the comments guys.
     

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