these pics are from using a good macro lens. I've always been a fan of sigma lenses since they're lighter and I like the fact that sigma lenses for my canon t1i dslr has a screw-on flash hood. The canon lenses are nice because they have glass for lens instead of plastic like sigma, but the canon flash hoods clip on and so that changes the size of the UV filter which can be difficult to get if it's an odd size.
Also having an external flash to bounce the light helps as well. I've never been a fan of the built-in flash because it washes out the subject matter as it gets closer to the lens
By the way, I like both comfort foods as well as fine dining!
2009 2.5s with Takeda sri, Stillen front strut brace, 6k HIDs, black matrix depo tails, glossy black roof vinyl, LED drls., Plastidipped oem bumper, BrakeMotive package
future mods: lowering springs, Racingline or Stillen rear sway bar, 4 channel amp, catback exhaust, 2JR pulley swap
if you guys are thinking of upgrading from a point & shoot camera to a dslr, canons and nikons are the top brands. The thing I like about canons is that they have teleconverter adapters where you can use nikon lenses on a canon dslr body but somehow there aren't any teleconverter adapters for the nikons. If you compare the prices, nikon lenses are much more expensive than canon lenses
are you a chef or cook? a lot of quality products. i cook quite often and create magic on the stove. but i'm continuing to expand my skills, on a self-made level though. these selections have a great balance of ingredients that express texture, balance and flavor.
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