The Tamron 90 Macro meets my D700

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I'm NOT a macro photographer. I like to try, but don't get pretty results like a lot of real macro shooters do. I'm doing this as requested by Nute. :wink: All of these were handheld, with only an overhead kitchen light.

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ISO 6400, f/7.1, 1/30

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ISO 6400, f/7.1, 1/160

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ISO 6400, f/7.1, 1/30

Oh, and no processing, these are opened and saved as jpeg.
 
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Holy crap! I was looking at these, going, oh yeah, nice colors, etc.... then noticed, 6400... Holy CRAP!!!!:Love:

No kidding. The color alone makes me happy because with both my D300 and D80 the color shift at high ISO required me to do major PP to correct. Or as a last resort...black and whites became my friend. :)

ETA: Oh, and you don't wanna see normal ISO 200 shots here on the D700 forum do you.....it's all about pushing this sensor to it's limits!

Great shots, thanks for sharing!

Anytime. :tongue:
 
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this is the way to put em to the test, Sonya...SCHMOKIN!!!
 
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:eek::eek: iso 6400!! Yowza! Guess who is ordering one today?? :eek::biggrin:
 

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