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March 13, 2009

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Asthmagirl

Lovely Lithodora!
I'm the last person to tell you not to get a new lens!

deb

These are amazing! Did you get the macro lens? If not, how did you achieve this? I have to know!

Daryl

I dont know about extenders but I do know a good shot .. and those are ... thanks for all the visits, I havent been able to get to you to say thanks til now cause your comments are 'noreply' meaning no email and no link back to your blog .. I made it here from MPM's!

imom

Asthmagirl - I knew you'd understand my need!

Deb - I do not have a macro lens. I used my zoom lens (I think it's a 80mm-300mm) zoomed in all the way, then stepped back until the subject came into focus. Oh and I also only do manual focus, I don't trust the automatic one.

Daryl - I'm glad you stopped by! Thanks for the compliment, it means a lot! :)

Caution

In all my educated wisdom (aka known as complete ignorance), I can't imagine what you might do with a new lens because those shots are gorgeous.

TSannie/annbb

I wish I were a great photographer (sigh). Good, yes, but not great a and certainly not all-knowing about camera equipment!

kspin

These shots are wonderful! Great detail!

noble pig

Your pics look great! How could they get better. But I love my macro lens.

♥Tracey♥

You can use either one. The extender will work to transform the lenses you do have into macro lenses...allowing you to achieve proper focus at a much closer distance. Nothing beats a quality macro lens, tough! The extenders are much cheaper though!

Meg

I love spring! And your great pictures made me smile just thinking abou tthe season.

Thomas

Cool set of images. The image with those countless white flowers reflecting your flashlight is awesome.

This is my first time to your blog, however I know a little about photography so if you let me know you current equipment details and your thoughts on why you need a new lens, I would love to help out.

Snooty Primadona

Yeah. Ummmm. don't look at me. I have a crappy Olympus Stylus (bottom of the line) & I can't get anything close to what you show above.

Good Luck!

The Incredible Woody

Beautiful shots!

I couldn't possibly tell you which kind but you definitely need a new lens. Now that I think about it, I need one too!!

Jenn @ Juggling Life

These are great. I'm embarrassed to say I don't even know what a doubler is--I'll have to look into it.

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