Category: Focal length, Lenses, and Filters

At the foot of the tree (macrophotography with a wide angle lens?!)

My idea consisted in showing how this mushroom grew, at the foot of the tree. Simple idea but not really easy to apply, to be frank. 😉 Indeed, I didn’t want to just shoot a fungus with a bark background or near a few feet of trunk (see the comparative photo at the end of Read More

Close-up filters. For cheap but qualitative macrophotography!

Once again, I try to do my best with english and hope to submit a better content than a google translation one 😆 but thank you in advance for your indulgence.   Today, I want to talk to you about my macro photographical gear. Small, cheap and powerful. I love it! They are close-up filters. Read More

Spring flowers shot with a telephoto lens

In my article about close-up filters, I concluded saying that the subject size is not the secret for a good picture. Going near the subject and having a huge magnification don’t make better results! 😉 Here, for example, I didn’t shot near the subject, with a macrophotography approach. On the contrary, I shot with a Read More