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Old Feb 8, 2005, 4:35 PM   #11
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woh that picture is great, thats the sort of creative, imaginative picture i would like to aspire to.

(Just started out myself, got a canon 300d with 28-135 is)

Firstly what is the picture of???

And how did you capture that effect?????

If its on the sigma 105mm, thats what im getting. Been unsure between tamron 90mm, canon 100mm or the sigma 105mm.

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The Sigma and Tamron 180 macro's are both great lenses, and give you a nice working distance from the subject if you need it.

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Old Feb 8, 2005, 9:12 PM   #13
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londonting2,

Yes that picture is with a Sigma 105mm macro. I love that lens! That picture was take shortly after I got a very stable tripod, with mirror lockup, but no self timer.

edit: the picture is of a rather odd looking martini glass. At some point I will take another picture of it from further back.

exposure details are: 20sec, f22, iso 100.

Check out my gallery at http://www.pbase.com/simms65 there are a lot of picture with the 105. Here is another sample:

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