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    Macro lens for Christmas (DUW)

    Hey erra-bodeh. I got a very nice macro lens for christmas.. Here be some quick pics. No editing, or tripod.
    Please ignore spelling mistakes..

    D. collinsiae


    'albino' x aliciae seedlings love to be fed


    palecea I think



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    ugly and not-so-healthy but cool looking cacti


    a pot


    dunno what this it. Some kind of succulent


    Thanks for looking!

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    nice pic will be better with tripod and some practise

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    Quote Originally Posted by MICKEY View Post
    nice pic will be better with tripod and some practise
    Yep! I'll be adding many more pics to the site when i get better. There are so many more opportunities for different photos with a macro lens!

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    Very nice! What camera/lens are you using? I have a Canon Rebel T1i with the 100mm f/2.8 macro on it, and I almost never remove it. It's a great lens for pretty much everything.

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    Shweet. I don't have an SLR yet, but I'm saving for one.

    I have a Panasonic DMW-LC55 lens and the DMW-LA5 extender so I can actually attach it to my camera. :P My camera is a Panasonic DMC-FZ150.

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    Cool! A lot of those bridge cameras nowadays produce superb images. I didn't know they made macro lenses for them, though I can't say I'm surprised. The results are very crisp and clear.

    Oh, I forgot to mention this in my first post, but the succulent in your last photo is Haworthia attenuata from South Africa.

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    Yes I'm very pleased with the quality for a point and shoot.

    Thanks for the ID! I shall label it!

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    Most impressive Devon, I look forward to the dazzling photos you will take. If only my photography skills held a candle to yours!

    BTW, I believe your little cactus there is a Zebra cactus?
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