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08-24-2016, 11:39 AM   #3511
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That's a really nice set. The Sigma 18~35mm seems to deliver fine IQ and color consistently.

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The K1 is being used primarily for macro of late. Here's a lacewing fly. I posted a slightly different image of this individual recently on another thread.
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Great shots guys!
FS999 shots could be recognized even if I could not see the poster

rupert, your squirrel shots are great but intimacy is getting maybe too much for me... salty chocolate balls...

nice macros presto!

here is couple of mine from my single in month...with F28/2.8







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QuoteOriginally posted by repaap Quote
Great shots guys!
FS999 shots could be recognized even if I could not see the poster

rupert, your squirrel shots are great but intimacy is getting maybe too much for me... salty chocolate balls...

nice macros presto!

here is couple of mine from my single in month...with F28/2.8
All of those are great, but I especially like the low perspective for the river & bridge.

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Rose mallow blooming in a pot out on our deck.
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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
Rose mallow blooming in a pot out on our deck.

Nice pic WPresto! Interesting variety, I've never seen ... looks like a hibiscus got turned inside out a little... cool.
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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
All of those are great, but I especially like the low perspective for the river & bridge.
Thanks!

Your macros really pops out...I'v have to do some tomorror. Macros
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QuoteOriginally posted by repaap Quote
Thanks!

Your macros really pops out...I'v have to do some tomorror. Macros
Thanks repaap. I've probably been doing macros since before you were born, starting with Spiratone extension tubes behind a 50mm f2.2 preset Takumar. Like all gear heads I always think some new piece of equipment will make my macro work either better or easier or both, but it is not so.

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European Peacock

First time I have ever seen one of these in my hometown. And all of a sudden they are everywhere. And collegues at work say the same, "never seen them before but they are everywhere now"
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European Peacock

First time I have ever seen one of these in my hometown. And all of a sudden they are everywhere. And collegues at work say the same, "never seen them before but they are everywhere now"
That is a pretty butterfly. There have been pronounced changes in butterfly populations during my life. When I was a kid, monarchs and cabbage butterflies were abundant, but now both are just here-and-there, not quite rare, but far, far less common that I remember them being, and nothing has really replaced them.
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Damn I would love to have such black balls !
Amazon can make your dreams come true FS! Should work wonders in no time!
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I like #1 & #2 a lot...great little birdie! However, that blue door is my fav!

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Rose mallow blooming in a pot out on our deck.
Fine shot!

Regards!
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K-1 & FA 77 (ISO 3200)
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All taken with the Tamron 70-200



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That's a great action capture of the dogs. Single shot or high speed multi-exposure?
And I like the short-faced lizard. He looks quite menacing.
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Here's a macro-ish image of the same rose mallow I posted earlier.
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