Dew Drop refraction macro
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nikrazee


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Tue 08-December-2009 12:01

What an awesome picture!
TEITZY

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Tue 08-December-2009 03:17

Thanks.


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Leigh
SoCal Karl


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Tue 15-December-2009 02:37

Leigh - What an imaginative image. beautiful work on the background. Care to share the set up? What camera and lense did you use.
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Tue 15-December-2009 06:36

Thanks Karl. It was taken with a D300 & Tamron 90 + 68mm tubes. You will find an indepth explanation at this link http://www.ausphotography.net.au/forum/showpost.php?p=298722&postcount=12


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Leigh
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Mon 11-October-2010 04:00

Gorgeous Leigh.. something definitely to aspire to. Cheers - Karen
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Mon 11-October-2010 05:07

Thanks Karen.
Caroleen
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Mon 10-January-2011 08:32

Absolutely stunning. I'm brand new to photography. The 68 mm tubes you mentioned is a combination of tubes or one tube which fit on a Macro lens? Thanks
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Mon 10-January-2011 08:57

Caroleen, the 68mm tubes are the combined Kenko set of 3 (12, 20 & 36mm).


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fisherd80fun


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Sat 12-February-2011 10:15

Awesome!
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Fri 18-February-2011 11:55

Thanks fisher.


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