Hi all 😁 Feel free to join in this weekly challenge whenever you find yourself thinking “I’m a fan of…” (see below for how to).
This is also a second entry for Sunshine’s Macro Monday 😃
This week’s Fan Of… is my new Neewer 10+ Macro filter. This was part of a filter kit that I got for my standard 18-55mm Canon lens.
I was out playing with my new lensball in Cumbernauld House Park, and I sat the lensball on a mossy tree stump to get a couple of shots of Cumbernauld House itself. When I looked down into the lensball, I saw the following…
The lensball had magnified the moss; so I thought I’d explore this futher by trying for a couple of macro shots using my standard 18-55mm lens, resulting in…
This mini moss forest with tiny waterdroplets (almost invisible to the naked eye) was as detailed as I could get with the standard lens, but fortunately, I had my new 10+ Macro filter with me, and these are the resulting shots 😃 The waterdroplets were formed from tiny melting ice crystals and were smaller than the eye of a needle (thanks Sweetie, for the analogy) 😲
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- Create a Fan Of… Photo Post.
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Have a great week 😁
21 thoughts on “Fan Of… #58 — 10+ Macro Filter”
Great work Jez!
Thanks so much 😊
Here’s a twice delayed contribution from me after changing a photo and then adding another:
I’m still awed by these photos. Bravo, Sweetie!
How interesting! Here’s mine, https://thankfulbylily.wordpress.com/2020/03/09/fan-of-58-keys/
Wow! That is just amazing!
Thanks, Aletta 😊
That moss looks wonderful. By coincidence my Monday macro was also of mass … serendipity? or simply following the law of probability?
I am quickly trying to slip a winter theme in: https://picturesimperfectblog.wordpress.com/2020/03/09/im-a-fan-of-gloves/
Such interesting results. I have enjoyed your images done with a lensball very much. Might have to invest in one at some point. 😊
They’re good fun to play with. Keeping the ball & camera steady can be a challenge, so yay for auto-focus. I’ve got some more shots to post where I’ve sat the ball on a stump or on a tree branch 😃
Thanks, Brian 😊
Ryoji Konno: liked this. via twitter.com
Thanks, Karen 😊