In today’s blog, let me tell you about Macro Photography that my good friend Mercy introduced to me. She loves everything about photography and her makeup profession which made me appreciate her works and proud of her passion in expressing her arts in many different ways.
She mentioned about her love for Macro Photography which defines from Digital Photography School as to be able to reach into ‘near space’ and record an image that is not easily visible to the naked eye is an attractive option.
There is nothing more satisfying than to make a huge print of an insect, mineral specimen or any small object that is normally so tiny to the naked eye and captured with the technique of macro photography
To shoot macro in the days of film — aside from the requirement of using an SLR camera — you needed a few add-ons to take highly magnified images of extremely small subjects(source).
She uses Nikon Camera with Sigma 105mm for these beautiful shots, and of course her amazing talent.
If you want to see more of her photos you may visit Brush & Lens by M on her official Facebook.
Indeed, Macro Photography is very interesting because we get to appreciate little creatures that sometimes we don’t even recognise that it actually exists. The closer we look, the better it gets.