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 Posted: Sun Mar 10th, 2013 12:03 pm
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deerworrier
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big fan of macro and close up work and thought i would share some of my fav's and hope to see others work. i just use a set of extension tubes on my Nikon D7000




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 Posted: Sun Mar 10th, 2013 02:55 pm
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Nice shots DW! Alpina dial here.


Ollech&Wajs 7750 movement



Omega movement stamp from my Kazimon 1500 custom


Seiko Premier dial



Candino 1000ft


Steinhart Pilot


Schaumburg Aquamatic

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 Posted: Mon Mar 11th, 2013 03:46 pm
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Very good shots, Deerworrier and William. I'll what my dinosaur hands can do but none of my usual lenses can do what you guys just did.

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 Posted: Mon Mar 11th, 2013 08:31 pm
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few more



Last edited on Mon Mar 11th, 2013 08:36 pm by deerworrier

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Nice!

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Revue Thommen Carré Manufacture




Some more Alpina



This one is special: The back on my 1500 Kazimon with the reflect of the mesh bracelet inside the crystal.


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deerworrier
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is the revue dial oil pressed? its stunning, i bet it catches the light beautifully.

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 Posted: Tue Mar 12th, 2013 12:58 pm
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deerworrier wrote:
is the revue dial oil pressed? its stunning, i bet it catches the light beautifully.
I don't know exactly: But it should be pressed, it can't be engraved...
There's a R.T movement NOS inside.
Yes, it's a beautiful watch: Nice details there.

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...ok, here are a few pics






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Awesome pissing contest!!! Wish I could take part but I am useless with a camera. Enjoying the show though!

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Been thinking about getting a Macro lens. This taken with a 18-135 mm lens with my Canon T3i.

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Skipdawg wrote:
Been thinking about getting a Macro lens. This taken with a 18-135 mm lens with my Canon T3i.

if you dont want to splash proper cash on a lens you may or may not use, just get yourself a set of cheap and cheerful extension tubes from any good internet photography site and play away. i find if i set my ap and shutter speed to manual and play with the setting i can achieve pretty cool results with out to much drama. its fun and cheap like my first girlfriendparty.gif

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