Sunday, June 08, 2014

Of Macro Photography; the Fish Pond...

From time to time I would venture into Macro Photography. With the Micro Lens attached to the Nikon DSLR I would try to take the best image at close range. Through the Micro Lens one get to see more of an image of the object. It actually tells us of another world from what we normally see with our naked eyes. It is not easy to get a good image for one need a firm and steady hand to capture such image using a Micro Lens. Any shaking would completely destroy the image and it became useless. So in order to get a good image using the Micro Lens I would snap as many images of the same object and select a few for keeping. By doing that I would normally get a good image. About is an image of the Fish Pond that I snap recently. Enjoy it folks. [ Please click on  the image to enlarge]

Have a nice day.

6 comments:

Khamsi Abdullah said...

tona y menarik tuan :)

Al-Manar said...

Some 50 years ago I prided myself having steady hands to take a one second scene without tripod. Today it is all shakes! Your pictures are beautiful, sir

Pak Idrus said...

Khamsi Abdullah, thanks for the visit and the good words on my kind of photography. I am glad that you enjoyed this posting.

Have a nice day.

Pak Idrus said...

Al-Manar, Pokcik Hassan thanks for the visit and sharing your thoughts on the subject of this posting. Thanks too for the good words on my kind of photography.

Well as we move on in life we cannot except our hand be as steady as before but I tried to be as steady as possible especially when doing Macro Photography and at time it works. Well that is life in the golden years.

Have a nice day.

azwa izzah said...

Pak Idrus, it looks like part of a crocodile on the right, is there one?

Pak Idrus said...

azwa izzah, thanks for the visit and sharing your thoughts on the subject of this posting. We it just a small pond thus no crocodile. Not to worry.

Have a nice day.