neither! 100mm :) It's a prime not a zoom. Much better quality you seeOriginally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 27666
I especially like the second last image. Bees are the best of times are very hard to capture. Normally bouncing from one flower to the next, so you did well to capture that shot. Very well captured :)
With you camera set it to Rapid fire (Continual Shooting), means when they flutter about, you will get the little blighters. Works well with Gig photography due to lighting changing frequently.
Lovely shots Mike, I haven't had my Macro lens out for weeks, well since before I broke my first camera..( try to forget that day :shocked025:)
And still saving for my wideangle lens.:p
im really pleased with them, just need to get more subject matter to take some more
i think im gonna save to get a replacement for the kits lens or a shorter macro, if that how you term it
oh god dont let another car run the new one over ;)
Thats the thing with macro finding a subject.Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 36008
When ever I go out and use my camera it is on it's strap around my neck or wrist, when I went to London and was taking photos from London bridge I had it wrapped around my wrist very tight.