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I am now wondering if this limitation is actually a blessing in disguise. I used to use the wide lens exclusively for photographing wrecks and larger pelagics and never for close-up work. But I am beginning to realise that the wide-angle lens can be used to take macro pictures. I would appreciate some tips from knowledgeable folk about that use. Thanks.
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For close focus wide angle, two strobes, get close, usually an upward tilt and I like vertical framing for that sort of thing.
Canon S90 with FIX90 housing, 2X Inon D2000 strobes, DIY tray, Inon UFL165AD, Inon UCL165AD, Inon UWL100-67 with dome kit, ordered Fisheye UWL-04
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