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Flowers of Scotland

By icemanonline
Using a Sony A100K and Sigma 300mm APO DG.....I was not getting great shots because of our wonderful Scottish weather.......so in sheer frustration, and not having used it before, I thought I would set the Sigma at just over 200mm and click the Macro switch on. Set the Sony on macro and locked onto tripod. Connected cable release and took some shots of Scottish flowers in the wind. Some with some wee beasties on them too. Hope you like them.

As a footnote.....The Sigma 70-300 APO DG is a brilliant lens anyway.....but here you see the Macro function in action.

icemanonline

Tags: Sigma Flowers Macro In Taken Flowers and plants Digitally manipulated 300 Apo Dg Using

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blondiebee 14 295 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2008 7:03PM
Gorgeous flower. Ness

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