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This is a 'macro' shoot and you have to use a dedicated macro lens. Macro lens will give you a very much sharper image. In shooting macro and close ups you have to be aware of that the slightest breeze can move the subject and cause your image not sharp. So be aware.
If you're into Macro then it's best you invest in a Macro lens. Tamron SP 90mm f/2.8 has always been a great buy. Check that out. Or borrow from your friend and test it out, you'll be amazed at the quality of the photo.