You are talking about a focussing rail. Yes I have one but no I had to keep the camera vertical to take the photos (all through water). So it had to be hand held.Thanks LikesFish - No - I am not talking about a tri-pod. There's a stand where the camera is attached to (I think usually by it's lense), where the camera's distance to the subject could minutely modified, as such getting the perfect macro photo. I am just not sure anymore what it is called. I will have a look in my old photography books.......... BUT, I must say - you pics are ABSOLUTELY fabulous!
F11! WOW! Awesome camera you have that's able to open the aperture to F11!
Most other camera's and lenses have a maximum aperture opening of F8 or F8.5
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