A 645D & A 120mm Macro shot

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Mahesh Veteran Member • Posts: 9,809
A 645D & A 120mm Macro shot
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It's been a long time, everyone. The weather in Seattle has been crazy windy and rainy lately. So, I decided to dust off the 645D and try my hand at a macro. Nothing special...just an image I wanted to share with y'all. Happy holidays!!!

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dane dawg
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Its has been a long time, I miss your photos..Nice photo by the way..

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I could keep the dust off your 645d for a while Mahesh - great shot as always.

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Wonderful shot Mahesh

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Hi,

hope your doing well and keep shooting often.

Great shot as usual!

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leopold Forum Pro • Posts: 14,083
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BTW, i just bought a Pentax-645 FA300mm/5.6 about 2 weeks ago and it's a very good lens when stopped down.

Might get that 120mm Macro lens eventually, looks like another great Pentax lens.

Do you like that Macro lens?

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OP Mahesh Veteran Member • Posts: 9,809
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dane dawg wrote:

Its has been a long time, I miss your photos..Nice photo by the way..

Thanks, Dane!  I'll try to stop by more often.

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ozdean wrote:

I could keep the dust off your 645d for a while Mahesh - great shot as always.

Thanks, Dean!  Haha!  I bet you could.

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MightyMike wrote:

Wonderful shot Mahesh

Thanks, Mike!  Glad you enjoyed it.

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OP Mahesh Veteran Member • Posts: 9,809
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leopold wrote:

BTW, i just bought a Pentax-645 FA300mm/5.6 about 2 weeks ago and it's a very good lens when stopped down.

Might get that 120mm Macro lens eventually, looks like another great Pentax lens.

Do you like that Macro lens?

Thanks, Leo!  I like the 120 macro a lot.  It's one of the sharpest lenses I own, in any format.

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Ian Stuart Forsyth
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Nice work, I also couldn’t help but notice some of your work with your Canon TS lens a few months ago.

Again Nice work

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HozicEmir Contributing Member • Posts: 733
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welcome back, very nice shot

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