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    Default Macro shooting

    Hello,
    i really like shooting close ups of people face. But i realised that my lens focussing distance is too far. Is there a way to cut the distance down. i know there is somesort of an attachment for the lens but not sure how it works.
    Any advice?

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    how close u wan? take the pimple shots? use a macro lens... depends on your camera... DSLR/SLR, macro lens or extension tubes... prosumer cams, use close up filter +1,+2,+4
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    Default hmmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    how close u wan? take the pimple shots? use a macro lens... depends on your camera... DSLR/SLR, macro lens or extension tubes... prosumer cams, use close up filter +1,+2,+4
    i guess just potrait shots. using a long lens. i still shooting film. But the extension tubes u talking about what are they?
    I know there is supposed to be some sort of an adaptor that can be fixed on the lens to shorten the focussing distance.
    thanks for the reply

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