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Scott F

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Scott F Basic Member
Tue 24-Oct-00 01:33 AM

LAST EDITED ON Oct-24-00 AT 03:41 AM (GMT)


I've used my nikkor 20mm for both landscapes and people shots. Its a great lens for both. But, I was thinking since the lens can focus from down to about 9 inches what would happen if I put my 6t filter on it and photographed butterflies? Would the DOF increase verses my 105mm macro? Would I get that great 3d effect or would it give the shot just a different perspective? I've been playing around with the combo in my office tonight, focusing on various butterfly size subject and it looks gret through the lens. I'll try it out tomorrow.

Has anyone else tried the 20mm in this manner?

Scott Fraser
Canyon Photography
Environmental Photojournalism