The Macro Setting

As anyone who follows this blog knows, I love to play with images.  Colors, perspectives, etc.  The number of ways to manipulate an image are just unimaginable.  You can take it where ever you want.

But there is one thing I’ve never played with — the macro setting.  On all the cameras I have had over the years, I’ve generally avoided the macro setting.  Photographing something super close doesn’t appeal to me too much, especially since the results are usually blurry and uninteresting.

Well, since I have a new camera, I decided to play with the macro setting.  Where do you usually start with the macro setting?  With flowers.  I know, so boring.

No necessarily:

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Sideways and featuring a fly whose wings are lit up by the sun.  Different.

And a couple of shots that you usually see when you shoot macros:

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