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Bugs. First pics with Tamron 90mm
Posted By: skaktuss, 07-22-2008, 11:00 PM

I realy had zero interest about macro shooting...
Untill I got Tamron 90mm lens...
















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07-22-2008, 11:01 PM   #2
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Very good series! Love macro of insects. Well done!
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Macro is very nice! You should take a look at flowers, too! They're gorgeous!

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Macro is very nice! You should take a look at flowers, too! They're gorgeous!

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I shoot only something that can move - people, animals and now insects. Flowers, landscapes, still lifes - those are not my passions .

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QuoteOriginally posted by skaktuss Quote
I shoot only something that can move - people, animals and now insects. Flowers, landscapes, still lifes - those are not my passions .
You mean flowers never move? I feel that quite differently looking through a macro lens! Especially when there's some wind!
07-23-2008, 01:26 AM   #6
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wonderful bug macros

QuoteOriginally posted by skaktuss Quote
I shoot only something that can move - people, animals and now insects. Flowers, landscapes, still lifes - those are not my passions .

that 90mm is a great bug and people shooter...

I am not much of a flower shooter but as syb said.... flowers do move, the just dont crawl much...
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QuoteOriginally posted by skaktuss Quote

Pentax 645D III
*12-600mm F/2.8
*50mm F/0.9
*3mm F/3.5 FE
*400mm F/2.8 4:1 macro
Hey I wanna see a picture of your gear!
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dbh - nice bugs, BTW.
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great shots

Those shots of insects are sharp and nice.

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very nice macros...i'm thinking of getting that lens...
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Hey I wanna see a picture of your gear!
Sure! Only Chuck Norris borrowed it from me untill friday to shoot few selfportraits. Maybe later...

Thanks for comments!
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I love my Tamron 90mm. It is also great for portraits
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