Macro in Sherlock Holmes’s World

I write this article for Sara and Nick. They are interesting with my macro 

Once upon a time, i did a window shopping at Braga Street in my town and stopping by at Mr. Kamal Store.
We had a hot conversation bout which flash light that i have to use for my micro 4/3 camera.
He has lots photography equipments that the big stores in my town hasn’t!
He knows what our needs, because he is a senior photographer…
And then he introduced me with this one…
my partner in crime!

This is a close-up lens a.k.a macro filter.
Not like the other macro prime lens, the function of this close-up lens is just like a “magnifying glass”.
Thats why i always feel like live in Sherlock Holmes’s World when use this lens.
Close-up lens or macro filter is a simple secondary lens used to enable macro photography without requiring a specialised primary lens!
This one works identically to reading glasses, allowing any primary lens to focus more closely.
I put this lens into my kit lens… This is it!
So far… i feel happy with this lens… i can make shallow…
it’s enough for me as a hobbiest, even sometimes my object was scary till death when see this one and then run/fly away……. it makes me laugh sooo loud…

1. Use interesting colors for your macro
2. Just keep try for not just concentrate with the whole of object’s body…
try to be more focus with the detail of the object! such as… just the wing!
so you will create a cool image with a delicious graphics in your macro…
3. Ignore the neighbours when they mock you (Jonathan quote)


9 thoughts on “Macro in Sherlock Holmes’s World

  1. dear Alba,
    i’m glad you enjoy this!
    Because this filter close up mean lots to me… and i want to encourage lots of people to try doing macro like me!
    We dont have to buy an expensive lens to do this (for a hobbiest like me).
    I think its enough for me! The images are not bad at all :)
    The point is how to make our macro… unique and colorful!
    Thanks for your kind attention! have a nice day…
    these are my macro set on flickr

    024 | 365 : phylosophy
    wild wild wild
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