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12-21-2010, 12:17 AM   #46
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Fantastic work. I took a look at his website too. Here's a quote from it.

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I d like to get into macro photography. What lens/camera/flash should I buy?

Equipment is secondary you can do a lot with a little.
He definitely has a good attitude about equipment!

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Awesome.
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Well, seeing as I had the extension tubes, reverse rings, etc. already, I decided to give this a try. holy smokes. Harder than he makes it look in that video. It'll be a great challenge for me to even get one bug in focus. Can't wait to get started.
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Amazing work indeed. Just noticed we attend the same University.

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QuoteOriginally posted by ewig Quote
no..he isnt use K200D ... he use pentax *ist DS..

this has been my wallpaper since a year ..
He was using the *istDS and moved to the K200d. He may even move up to a K-5.

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For the record, almost all serious macro photogs do this he's just incredibly proficient at it
Patience is great until one encounters fire ants or man-eating miniature schnauzers.
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Wow! Just saw this thread. Drewski - thanks for sharing! Those photos are amazing. It is inspiring.

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Thanks great (and sometimes scary) photos! Another proof that u don't need the newest kit and camera to take some brilliant pictures.
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Wow I am amazed!

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