Connie loaned me her excellent 105VR at the botanical garden. I had never shot macro before and was totally amazed. Except for completely blowing the reds most of the time, I had a lot of fun. Thanks again, Connie!
Thank you Larry.Nice series Mason!
Thanks Dianne...you know first hand that there are a ton of butterflys to choose from.WOW! You certainly nailed those butterflies! Beautifully done, Mason!
:866:Wow! Great series...
And you are welcome to borrow my 105VR anytime you like. Just say the word and I'll send it to work with Patrick. :smile:
Thanks Dude. I think that is one of my favorites. I really can't take much credit...I was just doing what you, Tim, Mike, and Sam were doing.Incredible, stunning image of the turtle head BTW
Pretty sure. Two years ago I borrowed extension tubes from Flew and used them on the 70-200. I think that is as close as I have come. When Allison bought her D50 she got a little 28-90 macro, but I never tried macro with it. I think this might be kind of addicting.Excellent shots, Mason. Are you sure these are your first macros?
Thanks Gale. For some reason I was blowing them pretty bad, but I didn't process many of those. Oh well, it will be another year before I shoot macro (or birds), so I'm not going to sweat it :smile:Very nice
Your reds look preetty good here.
Thank you...if you had told me going into the weekend that a turtle head would be one of my favorites...I would have thought you were crazy.Awesome , Love how the light shine in the turtle eye
Thank you Dave. Every year at the get-together I learn something new or am exposed to a new facet of photography.MAcro is so fascinating and you have done well with these.
Thanks Eric. He posed for a ton of pictures and I was lucky enough to get a decent shot.Dig that turtle...
Thanks Bubba!way t0 go man!!!
Thanks Mike.These are great Mason. I dont see the pics of the fingernails though!:biggrin:
Thank you Sam. Thanks for your help and advice shooting macro.Great shots Mason. Love the turtle head.