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05/12/2005 02:14:35 AM · #1
Got my EF-S 60mm macro today!

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Comments welcome.

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05/12/2005 02:42:03 AM · #2
I guess somebody's ready for a new macro challenge. Water drop picture is awesome.
05/12/2005 02:50:44 AM · #3
I'm affraid there is something wrong with it. Just send it to me and it will be all better. ;-)
05/12/2005 12:04:52 PM · #4
Originally posted by mpemberton:

I'm affraid there is something wrong with it. Just send it to me and it will be all better. ;-)


Sure, paypal me $1200, so I can buy some L glass :)

05/12/2005 03:05:37 PM · #5
The eye picture is pretty cool.
Congrats on the new lens !
Apple macro next ?? :)
05/12/2005 03:25:21 PM · #6
I'd be curious to see the same shots taken with a greater DOF. I'm in the market for a macro lens and want something that's also versatile.

I'm diggin the waterdrop.

I'm thinking of getting a 105mm, probably a Sigma. Don't know.
05/12/2005 03:39:04 PM · #7
congrats on the new acquisition! lots of macro shots coming soon :)? the droplet and the eyes are very nice..
btw, your model has nice eyes ;)
05/12/2005 09:28:42 PM · #8
Thanks everyone
05/12/2005 09:32:54 PM · #9
Originally posted by pawdrix:

I'd be curious to see the same shots taken with a greater DOF. I'm in the market for a macro lens and want something that's also versatile.

I'm diggin the waterdrop.

I'm thinking of getting a 105mm, probably a Sigma. Don't know.


Well, sure as hell if you're getting a 105mm it's going to be a sigma ;-) I sure do want one of these 105mm DG EX myself...
05/12/2005 09:42:32 PM · #10
I haven't spent any money in a while and that's starting to annoy me a bit.

I'm jonesing for a fix of buyers remorse and a Macro lens is just the answer.

Do you have a 105mm? Can it take bug shots and portraits too???
I probably will never need to get up a bugs butt, though it's always good having that power on your side. Teach'em who's boss...ya know?

I wish I'd had one for the Jewelry Challenge. It got me thinking. That's dangerous.
05/12/2005 09:56:53 PM · #11
I have been using extension tubes with my 28-200D for some macro experiments. Finally decided to get a real macro lense... spent many hours today reading reviews of 50mm 1.8, 1.4 then 60mm and 105mm Nikkor. Still don't know what I really want :'(

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