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Old 07-31-2013, 08:05 PM   #11 
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So you just stand back and zoom instead of trying to get up close with a macro setting?
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With the 18mm you can get close physically close to the subject. I get about 9 inches from the fish to get the close ups. If the fish is a bit farther in the tank yes you can zoom.

Cropping the photo if it is in focus can make a shot look like it was taken with a macro. But you have to have the photo in focus.

There is a lot to fish photography well there is a lot to photography in general. Getting the right angle when you use a flash or light is very important.
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