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hey nice pics.... which lens are you using?...

im tempted to go and buy a tamron 90mm for macros and a prime 50 1.2 for portraits. =)

currently just beginner with a d60+sb600 and a stock 18-55.
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hey nice pics.... which lens are you using?...

im tempted to go and buy a tamron 90mm for macros and a prime 50 1.2 for portraits. =)

currently just beginner with a d60+sb600 and a stock 18-55.
D90 with a Micro (yes Nikon says Micro not Macro, i personally say Macro) 60mm <--- best ma(i)cro lense, read lots and lots of reviews before you pay $$$ for a macro lens, you really want to avoid cheap lenses, they just haunt you when you step up later in life and buy a high MP camera, i had to sell 3 lenses when i switched from the D50 to the D90

i used a sb600 with a diffuser.

the 50mm is a MUST, espically for 100$, its by far the sharpest lens for the price!
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Taken with a point and shoot Canon SD870 IS using the macro function
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