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  1. Seasons greetings everyone! I have a question. First, I am interested in getting my hands on the Laowa 15mm f4.0 macro but the lens is not what I am asking about. I have watched a few videos in the Laowa Meeting the Macro Masters series and one in particular I have watched three times (in its entirety). Will be watching it for the fourth time today. In this video there is one thing I am not quite getting. Would somemone be able to explain, in very simple terms/for dummies what the photographer means. He is talking about an image he created which is not a focus stack, not a m
  2. Hello everyone! I recently joined Alamy to sell my pictures online! I am completely new at this. I was just hoping if anyone had any tips/pointers they could give on selling their pictures the best way??
  3. I've had a Tamron SP AF Di 90mm macro lens for about 6 years and during that time it's produced some brilliant images (on a Canon 5D mk II). However, yesterday, it came up with an error message; "Err1communications between the camera and lens is faulty. Clean the lens contacts" I did as I was told but the error keeps coming up. Anybody had any experience with this sort of thing or will I have to have the lens repaired/replaced? John.
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