Some of my favourite macro pictures...

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Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby photoforfun » Sun 30 Nov 2008 00:12

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Re: Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby ray barlow » Sun 30 Nov 2008 23:00

very nice images Stany! nice colours, and compostions.
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Re: Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby BNikolai » Mon 1 Dec 2008 14:49

Stany, in my opinion you jump very fast in this world. What we get to see from you about some years!
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Re: Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby James » Tue 2 Dec 2008 09:19

These are great Macros Stany, incredible detail and really good light
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Re: Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby Stany Buyle » Tue 2 Dec 2008 09:40

James wrote:These are great Macros Stany, incredible detail and really good light


Thanks for your kind words James.

About the detail, two crops of the above shots...

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D700 is simply great for macro.
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Re: Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby Lil Judd » Sat 6 Dec 2008 07:30

Excellent shots Stany,

& thank you for inviting me to the forum

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Re: Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby James » Sat 6 Dec 2008 16:45

StanyB wrote:D700 is simply great for macro.


I remember you telling me on dpreview :o)

I got a D300 as an insurance replacement after I dropped/fell over with my D200 so I've not got a D700 yet and I also think that it's more than just a camera upgrade that I need to get to that level!
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Re: Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby Stany Buyle » Sat 6 Dec 2008 17:37

James wrote:
StanyB wrote:D700 is simply great for macro.


I remember you telling me on dpreview :o)

I got a D300 as an insurance replacement after I dropped/fell over with my D200 so I've not got a D700 yet and I also think that it's more than just a camera upgrade that I need to get to that level!


No, that wasn't me who wrote that. Until now I never had insurance case in relation to my photo gear.
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Re: Some of my favourite macro pictures...

Postby James » Sat 6 Dec 2008 17:49

StanyB wrote:
No, that wasn't me who wrote that. Until now I never had insurance case in relation to my photo gear.


Sorry for the misunderstanding Stany, let me explain. I meant that I was considering getting a D700 soon after you got yours and you told me how great they are for macro on dpreview.

After that conversation I fell over with my D200 and it was broken and then my insurance company replaced it for me with a D300. Because of that upgrade I put the idea of a new camera to one side (after deciding to keep the D300 and not put it straight onto ebay).

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