Nice shot! I'm always challenged to keep the camera still long enough to have what I want in focus when I'm working so closely.I just started a new blog for my photography hobby. Here are some of my close-up photos: http://tinyurl.com/m4fdj5 Hope you'll stop by!
Macro photogoraphy was one of the 2 main reasons I wanted to get a DSLR. The other being faster shutter to catch kids in candid shots. This lens was standard with my camera which is an 18-55 mm lens. My camera has a macro setting that I sometimes use. However my flash goes off too much (may be a camera problem I'm still unsure) so sometimes I have to use the 'no flash' mode which means I can't use the macro setting.When plants sway in the breeze & I'm taking a macro shot of a blossom or leaf, I have started grasping the stem out of camera's range to steady it while I shoot it (when possible to keep my hand out of the shot). Very easy and I'm surprised it works but it does. LOL.
I have wild black raspberries growing lots of places but don't get raspberries on them. What am I doing wrong? Should they be getting cut back or fertilized or something? Will you email any ideas to me? I'm just new to this and have no idea how I got this pages or how to return to it email@example.com
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