Sunday, May 8, 2011

Macro Photography With A Reverse Mounted Lens.


I always have admired the National Geographic photographers. It seems that they are the most successful photographers  - not only skilled photographic technicians but most importantly they all have a deep love and appreciation for their subjects. In order to shoot a photo or be a pro like them, we may not be necessary to buy the most expensive camera or lense as everybody knows, macro lens are very expensive. I'll show you a great way of creating a macro photo by using reverse ring or take macro photographs with the reverse lens if you’re really strapped for cash. It's really that simple ? Wanna see the results ? 

Please enjoy all the timeless moments seized by my camera and hopefully this photo will inspire people to care about mother earth and appreciate her habitat (.....and you also will save a lot of your money by transforming your prime lens into a macro lens).



Macro Reverse Ring Adapter for 52mm Filter Thread. You can get it for only USD 10.00 or RM30.00 at ebay, Adorama.com or Amazon.com. 



All you need is a reverse ring and your standard lens (18-55mm ) .



And here is the results - have fun with it and learn from it.


 Nikon D3000 with macro adapter reverse ring + Nikkor 18-55mm


 Nikon D3000 with macro adapter reverse ring + Nikkor 18-55mm


 Nikon D3000 with macro adapter reverse ring + Nikkor 18-55mm


 Nikon D3000 with macro adapter reverse ring + Nikkor 18-55mm


Nikon D3000 with macro adapter reverse ring + Nikkor 18-55mm


 
 Nikon D3000 with macro adapter reverse ring + Nikkor 18-55mm


Nikon D3000 with macro adapter reverse ring + Nikkor 18-55mm




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4 comments:

  1. cantik gambar kat atas tu...abang pakai kamera jenis apa?

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  2. Nuar.Saya pakai Nikon D300 & D3000. Semua teknik atas guna teknik terbalikan lens.

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  3. wah...good techniques...like a pro...

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  4. Puteraduyong- inilah cara photographer miskin nak jadi pro.Manalah ada duit nak beli lens mahal mahal..:D

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