I am putting together a photo book and needed some images of myself for the inside of the book. So I had my wife grab the camera and take a few shots of me taking some macro images. I was taking shots of an assassin bug eating what I believe to be a March Fly (look for that posting soon). This is my primary setup which is the D90, MB-D80, 68mm kenko tube set, Tamron 180mm f3.5, SB-600, and lumiquest LQ-7 softbox. Me looking for a bug This is me and my posture when standing to take macros. Arms tucked in tight and very sturdy stance. Slight rocking motion for focus. When possible I try to squat. This makes me like a human "bipod" and is much easier to focus (I even sit when it's not muddy to make myself into a tripod) And me, smiling for the camera I hope somebody enjoys these because I HATE having my picture taken....HATE IT BAD.