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clippo
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like to share a shot of the eyeball of a weedy scorpion fish - an aquarium image.

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I'm after tips and suggestions on how to keep improving my images.

Is there any advantage possible by using a longer macro lens, like a 180mm, over say a 90mm? or is it just working distance?

is the MPE65 the ultimate macro lens?

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very nice. awesome lighting and color. i love the detail that you captured also!

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That's a great image. The detail is terrific.

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that is a cracking shot

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i dont see why not.
post it !!
i double dare you!!!!! hahahahahaha

i think it would be ok :-)

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you won't get any better then that shot
it's just working distance

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i dont see why not.
post it !!
i double dare you!!!!! hahahahahaha

i think it would be ok :smile:

:D sorry I deleted that one!

noticed the link in my sig.. duh!

you won't get any better then that shot
it's just working distance

thanks! - used a Tamron 90 for that shot.

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