title"Simply Irresistible Lips"...photographer's comments"You Don't Really Need 2 Buy an Expensive Macrox5 Lens toTake a Macro Shot LikeThis..All I did was Remove my Canon EF-S 18-55mm Lens..From my  Canon EOS 30D camera and held it Reversed tight{ly} against the Mouth of  the camera with my left hand & right hand holding the camara {camera}& ready on the Shutter Release. .Moved manually near the subject to focus on the desired area..and HAPPY CLICKING " .. by PRAVEEN VENUGOPAL,via Flickr

title"Simply Irresistible Lips"...photographer's comments"You Don't Really Need 2 Buy an Expensive Macrox5 Lens toTake a Macro Shot LikeThis..All I did was Remove my Canon EF-S 18-55mm Lens..From my Canon EOS 30D camera and held it Reversed tight{ly} against the Mouth of the camera with my left hand & right hand holding the camara {camera}& ready on the Shutter Release. .Moved manually near the subject to focus on the desired area..and HAPPY CLICKING " .. by PRAVEEN VENUGOPAL,via Flickr

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