Lens lust attack.....

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Must fight it off.....can't afford it....Oh Well! Nikon 105VR on the way..:biggrin: . Anyone have a few pics they can post with this lens? - Jeff
 
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I would like to think I'm almost cured, the only items left on my hit list is the 85mm f1.4 and a SB-800. A friend of mine is buying my 70-300mm D ED Zoom and I got a few $$$ for my birthday so that helped ease the pain a little. Always feel a bit guilty when I spend that much money :smile: :smile:. - Jeff
 
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Here you go.

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This was at the Alabama get-together. It was my first outing with the lens. This lens is a keeper for sure! Congratulations.

Rich
 
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Rich, Thanks a lot for posting the pics, I just :biggrin: ed ear to ear and said to myself "looks like money well spent", now I don't feel as bad for spending the $$$. Nice shots, the lens does have nice Bokeh. - Jeff
 
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My favorite lens.

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Brent, Thanks for the pics..Nice. That last one has "Ouch" written all over it, reminds me of a shot of my youngest in his snowsuit after going down a hill on his own in a Tube, the tears were flowing, ticked I can't find the negative.
 
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marvelous images here...i consider this lens "the funk" of macro...;-)
 
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Andy, Checked out your link.......very nice. For your shots with the Black background is that a layer you added in Photoshop? Do you know offhand if Nikon Capture NX can do the same thing? - Jeff
 
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Thanks Stuart.

Brent, Thanks for the pics..Nice. That last one has "Ouch" written all over it, reminds me of a shot of my youngest in his snowsuit after going down a hill on his own in a Tube, the tears were flowing, ticked I can't find the negative.
He was okay. We were on our way out of town, and hadn't let him nap, because we wanted him to sleep in the car. I thought he would hold out for a few more minutes so that we could take some pictures in the bluebonnets near our house. Not so much.:biggrin:
 
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