|Close-up of a daisy. Nikon D7000|
I decided to have a little fun with stacking lenses this evening; I put a 100mm lens back-to-front in front of a 50mm lens and then went hunting things in the garden that would stay still.
The daisy here obliged nicely. The dark vignette around the picture is a result of having the lenses stacked, but it does make a useful frame.
The only issue is that the piece of glass of the 100mm lens that is usually inside the camera, is now very exposed and just a few centimetres from the subject; I thought I better not try photographing anything hard or sharp in case I bumped the lens element into it!
When I hit the Daisy, all it left was traces of pollen :)
I have a lovely photo of you taking this shot - I can be bribed not to post it on here!ReplyDelete
Yes it must have been a definite case of 'where's my bike'? I must find some daisies growing on a wall next time so I don't have to bend over!Delete
Blimey, that's good. It's now my screensaver :)))) Family, huh??ReplyDelete
Thank you. My backdrop does not involve family either :)Delete