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June 23 2011 at 12:56 PM
luisecortelezzi  (Login luisecortelezzi)
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Hello: this is my first post here in the last years.
I returned the hobby a little time ago.
I have a Nikon D3100 .¿how can be used to take good photos of my models?
The engish isn´t my country langage, so I beg your pardon......Tranks in advance

 
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Owen R Auer
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Should be fine

June 26 2011, 8:50 AM 

It all depends on what lens you use and how close it will focus.
You can always buy a close-up lens. It is like a filter which screws on the front of the lens.

Owen

 
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