I am making progression with the marco lens .....I promised myself that I will master it in a year's time. I am in love with my camera and the macro lens . A good start for my macro photography journey. It is hard to take macro shots without a tripod....I find it inconvenient to be carrying the tripod everywhere I go..hehehe so now I am strengthening my arm muscles to be strong to be able to hold the camera steadily. So much to learn about manual setting and I find it interesting...though I am at the age where absorption is slower LOL! but I will get there eventually.
At just the right time, we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don't GIVE UP - Galatians 6:9
To the pro these photos may not be of standard but to me , it is not bad for a beginner like me...take my age in consideration :)
I like this shot....sharp at a spot and yet the depth of field is prominent
Trying very hard to master my photography skill on my NikonD3200 with the Raynox dcr 250 macro conversion lens which I paid RM320 for. So much to learn from the hubby and I think my Nikon D3200 will never be a white elephant after all. I am so thankful that my hubby is willing to take me to places where the subjects are of interest to me. Flowers, insects and food are the subject of interest for me :) For today, I would like to share with you some of the photos I took on water droplets still hanging on the leaves. I would not say that they are the best shots yet but I promised I will be good ...give me a year to master the art and one year from now...my photos will be better than these :) My skin is getting darker by the days, sun tanned skin doesn't really suits me but God knows how much I love shooting with my Nikon D3200 and now I understand why my friends who takes to photography are so sun tanned and brown :) I am turning into one too !
all photos are taken without a tripod ...with a tripod
the pictures will be more sharp
there is still room for improvement :p
if only this is more sharper...have to get the right setting
but I love the many water droplets hanging on the leaves
before dropping off to the ground
Stay tuned...more on my takes of flowers in the coming posts
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