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  1. #391
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    Jeff, fantastic as usual, I interrupted this poor guys meal, hope you like it.
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  2. #392
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    Blimey charlie thats a belter!

    This was my first go using a 2 quid lens from a boot sale reversed on my G6 but it looks a bit shappy next to that LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
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    John

  3. #393
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    Eating Budlea

    Sony Dsc-v3 and Raynox X24
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  4. #394
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    My capture on a Dragon fly. I didnt have time to macro I just zoomed right into him.

    Hope you like


  5. #395
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnath
    Blimey charlie thats a belter!

    This was my first go using a 2 quid lens from a boot sale reversed on my G6 but it looks a bit shappy next to that LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
    I think yours turned out pretty good, the only thing I see different is the lighting and background, as far as sharpness, its there.

  6. #396
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    A new one.
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  7. #397
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    Quote Originally Posted by arwelw
    Sony Dsc-v3 and Raynox X24
    Arwelw > The result will be surely better with the 6x lens.

  8. #398
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff31
    Arwelw > The result will be surely better with the 6x lens.
    Yes you are right, the x24 is a challenge (the caterpillar was only about 2-3mm dia.) I was trying to make him enormous but lost depth of field.
    I need much more practice.
    I also need to find more bugs in my garden that are happy to pose.
    In UK trying to use Sony DSC-V3 & Raynox CM-3500, a Nikon D70 and a 6x9 120 medium format pinhole camera

  9. #399
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    A yellow garden spider, taken with my ol' Kodak DX6490.
    It was the first picture I was actually proud of.



    These were with my 20D in the Carribean. I didn't have a tripod, so camera shake did occur. Sadly, this brought down my keeper rate. 1:2 macro shows misfocus moreso than 'close focusing'.

    Two beautiful butterflies.


    A very patient chameleon.

    This was one small finch.
    US Navy--Hooyah!

    Nikon D700/D300|17-35 f/2.8, 24-70 f/2.8, Sigmalux, 80-200 f/2.8, 16 f/2.8 fisheye,

    Lots of flashes and Honl gear.

  10. #400
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    TheObiJuan> Butterflies and chameleon have nice colors. Very great shots. The 20D seems to be a very good camera.

    A lot of spiders at this moment Here my last shots taken with my v3 and the raynox x6 lens.




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