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    What's yer setup

    I'm using a Canon 40D
    L series 17-40mm
    L series 24-105mm
    L series 100-400mm

    Unfortunately none of these are really ideal for taking pictures of watches. But then again that's not what I got them for.
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    Hmmmm, new acquisition;

    Sony a330
    18-55mm Sony
    55-200mm Sony
    was going to try an 70-300mm Tamron - any thoughts?

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      #3
      iPhone

      Hence the fuzzy pics.

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        #4
        Nokia N8
        12MP AF
        Carl Zeiss
        Tessar 2.8/28
        The Pics Hunter... Beware of my Fury!!

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          #5
          Canon 40d
          Canon 17-55 f2.8 IS USM as main lense

          No tripod (just a Gorilla), hence the shaky pics

          Canon IXUS 100 as a backup.
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            #6
            Nikon D90
            Nikon AF-S 50mm F/1.4G

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              #7
              Hey, hotshots--

              How about posting some pics to go along with those setups? We want some pics to be jealous of. And if you don't post your watch pictures, I'll start posting pictures of my nephews instead.


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                #8
                Nikon d40x and Canon S3 IS

                Pics from the Canon:







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                  #9
                  Nikon D90
                  18-105mm VR kit lens
                  50mm f/1.8
                  35mm f/1.8
                  70-200mm f/2.8
                  SB-600 strobe

                  Alienbees Studio Lights
                  B800 monolights (x3)
                  Vagabond II powerblock
                  Radiopopper JrX Studio triggers
                  stands, umbrellas and softbox

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                    #10
                    I use the following:

                    Canon EOS 1D MK III x2
                    Canon 16-35 f/2.8L II USM
                    Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L USM
                    Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM
                    Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II USM
                    Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM
                    Canon EF 600mm f/4.0 L IS II USM
                    Canon Speedlite 580EX II x2
                    Gitzo GT5540LS Mountaineer 6x Carbon Fiber Tripod
                    Wimberley Tripod Head II WH-200
                    Acratech GV2 Ballhead
                    Gitzo G1588 Carbon Fiber Monopod

                    I mainly use the above for sports photography, aviation, golf, and i also do some private weddings as well.

                    Photography is the best, along with golf, and REP watches!!

                    Here is a few photos i have taken




















                    Thanks for looking!
                    Regards,
                    Eldrick Tont Woods

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                      #11
                      Nikon 3300d, Sigma 105mm macro lens and 2 kenro lights and kenro flash transmitter.
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                        #12
                        I use all Canon
                        1D markIII
                        16-35 f/2.8 II
                        24-70 f/2.8
                        70-200 f/2.8 IS
                        Various Speedlights
                        Toobz for macro shots
                        I mainly shoot freelance food:






                        =)

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Warrenpiece13, post: 657185
                          I use all Canon
                          1D markIII
                          16-35 f/2.8 II
                          24-70 f/2.8
                          70-200 f/2.8 IS
                          Various Speedlights
                          Toobz for macro shots
                          I mainly shoot freelance food:

                          =)
                          Good exposures!
                          Nice WB too. Canons can sometimes be a little red, i don't know if you have found the same problem? Nikons not so bad so i have heard!
                          Regards,
                          Eldrick Tont Woods

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                            #14
                            I have been using a Nikon D80 body with an 18-55 DX "kit" lens and an SB600 off the camera TTLi flash for photographing watches.

                            I don't have a macro lens and have been surprised at how well the 18-55 DX was able to do by cropping the images to get larger photos.

                            I just purchased the new Nikon D7000 body, 35mm, 50mm 85mm and 55-200mm Nikkor lenses and am looking for a macro lens.

                            I will see if that D7000 body and any of these lenses work better than my old combination of the D80 with a 18-55 DX lens.

                            Here are some photos taken with the D80 body set for Large picture size and Fine resolution and the inexpensive 18-55 DX lens.





























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                              #15
                              Tigerwoods: I do hear from some people that the reds are very prominent. With the spaghetti shot up top, the sauce was coming out a little hot but all I did was pull back red saturation a little bit and boost yellows and greens to make the other colors pop.

                              My brother shoots Nikon.....no comment=)

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