i think most people would be lying if they denied wanting a good spiderweb capture. this is really cool. i like the positioning, and also, my english seems really bad in this comment. but that might be cos i'm quite drunk.
wow - thats truly impressive
i would assume you used manual focus on this? if not, than that lens and camera are more impressie than i thought!
great job with the background - that big all of burning gas looks great with the bokeh of that lens
Well according to the EXIF it was AF.....its tricky to focus on something that thin, but yeah it *is* a freaking awesome lens. It really does everything you want, great macro's, portraits, wildlife closeups, landscape, architecture, etc etc. I cannot recommend it enough
that is one of the lenses i would love to be able to get when i get my dSLR soon-ish...but, along with the nikkor 105mm micro, a bit outta my price range for glass...for now!
i'd rather get a D200 with a 50mm, a 14mm, and from what ive seen (and used) the sigma 105mm is a great substitution for the nikkor. as for the VR lenses - i wouldnt mind owning the 70-300 - but at that rate i may as well wait for another $300 to come in and get the 18-200
the shadow knows!
I was close to getting the D200, very amazing body for the price, but i had a limited amount of cash available, and in such a case it's always better to spend the money on a good lens instead of body, the lens is what makes the photo, and will last much longer
Once i start making some decent money on my photography I might opt for the D200, or its successor...
Wow, this is awesome! Not only have you captured a spectacular sunrise with beautiful colors, but the spider-net is so perfectly clear! The dof here is great, and those wet pearls just adds it up! Wonderful, just wonderful!