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reversed 24mm macro shots again. below are the other pics linked

https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=114141

https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=114833

https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=114497

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Thanks all for your comments on the previous threads.

cheers, Mark
 
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Excellent, all of them. Please limit to 950 pixels maximum on the long side.
I always enjoy your macro/reversed work
 
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Thanks. I choose larger pics to show some detail. Is it a big problem for viewing or more downloading time?
cheers, Mark
 
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You get a normal or wide prime with a 52mm filter where you srew a adapter called Br-2a on. The adapter has a mount soo you can reverse the lens and shoot small bugs.

cheers, Mark
 
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Thanks all for your kind comments.

cheers, Mark

Btw I really like to know if you think in my last 3 posts is a pic that really stands above the others.

thanks!
 
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of the last 3 the final image really stands exceptional to me. The size is more a download issue than viewing and is why we try to limit images to 950 on the long side.
Nice work!
 
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Amazing!

You're the master of reversed lens handling.
I can't even imagine how to frame and focus with a stopped down and reversed lens.
 
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Thanks a lot jeff and will.

For Tom. I am very glad too! If you ever seen a dragonfly eating you may be glad you are human instead of a tiny bug.

cheers, Mark
 
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