I am still playing around with those macro lens filters loaned to me by my son-in-law, which, I remind you, don’t have lenses in them, they just move the lens inside your camera and the one on the regular attachment further apart. I am trying to figure out which size macro lens… or non-lens… is my favorite.
I took all these with the 36 mm one, which is the biggest. Tomorrow, I will try one of the other ones again. I have three sizes.
I didn’t use any artistic digital filters on any of these images. Fell free to guess what they are photos of.
I am still learning stuff… like the fact that if there is any dust or dirt on the object you are taking photos of, you can see it all.
And you do have to manually adjust your focus. No auto focus with macro photography.
I think I am getting better. These are at least as good as the flower pictures I started off with… except for the dirt, I mean.
The problem is, I dusted the outside of the object in question, but then took some shots of the inside, near the top… which I didn’t dust. I do love the tiny bubbles though!
Imperfections and all, the world, when viewed close up, is a magical place.
If you guessed that these were all photos of that first vase I made at my glass blowing class, you win a free, all expense paid visit… to my blog.