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BlueBolts

Nogi, when are you coming to Perth to part some of your marco wisdom to me. Great pics !

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NoGi

Thanks guys. Credit goes to Master Watfish who put me on the right track when I was also struggling and about to give up.

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Heavyd

Very nice photos mate. Love the first shot. David and Goliath.

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Gbang

mate absolutely breathtaking! i love the pic with the three riffles next to each other like a gang :) well done!

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Jag Aquatics

Awesome pics. All macros are great.

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NoGi

Playing around with some non standard macro type shots. Trying to get something different to the usual shots.

Just hanging around:

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Woah, damn that Riffle's big:

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Hey buddy, clean your glass and while you are at it, clean this damn rock:

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Sure is lonely at the top:

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NoGi
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NoGi

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And some longer range shots with the macro lens

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ineke

Nogi those fish shots are great I just found this thread love those riffle shots!

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Squiggle

Awesome shots Nogi, can't wait for the SEQ Macro BBQ, lol :encouragement:

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NoGi

Cheers guys

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Smithers

Awesome images, may I ask what your camera kit is?

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Cookster

Very inspiring imagery Nogi ... excellent detail and some awesome compositions.

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NoGi

This is a bad quality shot but all I could get before my camera died. :mad:

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Squiggle

Wow dude, what type of shrimp is that? :confused:

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shrimpstan

Nice shots Nogi!! never thought riffles looked so good but u proved me wrong :encouragement:

i have been eying off a macro for some time now and seeing shot like this makes the resistance so much harder!!

any recommendations on what to put on my d5100?

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Squiggle

I've got a D5100 & I've got a Tamron 90mm macro lens & it rocks! :victorious:

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NoGi

Finally got my camera back...

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ineke

Wow Awesome -that black is beautiful so solid. The moult is spectacular -it is a moult isn't it?

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Squiggle

Awesome stuff dude, definitely love the black one, thanks for sharing :victorious:

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Heavyd

I'm glad you got your camera back. Love your photo's mate.

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NoGi

Cheers, that black was one off those free chocolate from our last BBQ

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Squiggle

Very cool dude, awesome score! :victorious: We'll have to have another BBQ soon :encouragement:

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ninja

Love your photos Nogi, love that black too!

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