Nikon D90_ blur macro shots

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    Hello Nikon D90 Users,

    I have just started experimenting with my new camera nikon 90 / lens 18-105mm and encountered a strange problem which I can't resolve: cannot get my macro shots SHARP, all are blur... I could not find any help in the User's Guide.

    I'll be very grateful if anyone could help. Am I doing something wrong or something wrong with my camera?

    If anyone knows any good tutorials for nikon d90 ...

    Thanks.

    Koshka
    Nikon D90, AF-S Nikkor DX 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 GII ED VR


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    Could you post some photos as examples? Also, explain your shooting technique and settings for the shot.
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    EXIF and samples would help + technique you used.

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    I am a Nikon D90 user, and this was used in my recent wedding portrait photography! Love it!


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