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  1. Orangecroc

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    Ben this may seem rough they aren't entirely in focus either IMO.
    I will take this crit back if you produce sharp versions.
     
  3. Orangecroc

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    I wasn't sure about 1 and 4, I thought 2 and 3 were though. I struggle with this manual lens.
     
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    Love the composition of the second image, Ben...that strong diagonal of the perch and the dragon bang on the third makes for a very pleasing image.
     
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    Thank you. I can't take all the credit though, I couldn't move any further without ending up in the lake.
     
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    That is absolutely not an issue Ben; this is the Macro and Close-up forum after all. :)

    I'm envious of the variety of these beautiful beasts that you are finding.

    You don't have autofocus on your 75-300?
     
  7. Orangecroc

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    Unfortunately not, it's an older lens with screw AF that my body doesn't have.
     
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