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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2007 6:58 am 
Hi Mark
I'm tempted to buy the macro , but do not have the $ for it at the moment.
If I do , it would probably be Sigma 105 or 150mm f/2.8. Though I have not read any reviews on it yet...maybe I should :oops:
Read somewhere in the forum that AF for Nikon 105mm just a tad slow


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 6:53 am 
Excellent photos!! Close up is so fascinating. The quality of your photos is really great and it looks like that 100mm lens is going to work great.


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Hello Everyone and thanks for kind words!
Good to see that Cameralabs is thriving and expanding!
After a short break, here are some extra shots taken with my favourite lens. I think it works well as a portrait lens too even if it is perhaps a bit long on my EOS 400D.

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All photos were cropped, sharpened and colour saturation has been increased in Lightroom.

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I esp. like #1. It's always difficult with macro-shots to separate the subject from all the surrounding clutter. You have succeeded nicely here!
How much of a crop is this pic?

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Thomas wrote:
I esp. like #1. It's always difficult with macro-shots to separate the subject from all the surrounding clutter. You have succeeded nicely here!
How much of a crop is this pic?


Thanks, Thomas.
Original is around 25-30% larger than the crop.

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