Lenses for Close-Up and Macro Photography

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merlewine
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Lenses for Close-Up and Macro Photography

Post by merlewine »

175 pages

Done in my spare time and made available to anyone interested. Photos, specs, and information on popular (and rare) lenses that can be used for close-up and macro photography. Also included are essays, photos, and specs on industrial highly-corrected lenses, commonly called the "Exotic Nikkors," but other brands are also included. This is a book on lenses. For information on close-up and macro techniques and equipment see the book "Close-up and Macro Photography, coming soon.


http://spiritgrooves.net/pdf/e-books/Le ... 20V1.1.pdf

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Post by JL »

Downloaded.

Thank you Michael.

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Post by cmagno »

Thank you very much for sharing.

Regards

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Post by ray_parkhurst »

Good work. As a coin photographer who is most assuredly fanatical about sharpness, I appreciate any references to the industrial lens genre.

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Post by Peter De Smidt »

Good work.

I noticed that there's some brochure's available on Ebay that might interest people who read this thread: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Nikkor-Bro ... 5d4ee59e19

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Post by enricosavazzi »

I can mention that I have several Nikon brochures on copy, repro and enlarger lenses freely available for download from my site (together with other old lens and photomacrography-related literature). No need to pay for it if it is already available for free.

http://savazzi.net/photography/old_literature.htm

Well done, Michael. There is always a need for information of this type.
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