Tag Archives: Macro photography

Philodendron Leaf

Close up of the leaf of a tree philodendron in my front yard.

On a rainy Saturday afternoon, a close up of the leaf of a tree philodendron plant in my front yard. You can click on the photo for a larger view.

Inspired by and linked to the following:

Shine the Divine

Macro Nuts

This post is for Macro Monday at Lisa’s Chaos blog. So far, my entries have been more close up than macro. But last week, I started using a macro extension tube set I bought on Amazon. I only paid $19 and change. Although it’s not the same as using an actual macro lens, I like the opportunity to experiment and learn from this extension tube set. Maybe later in the future, I can get the real thing. Below is a shot I took with the set on my Rebel EOS T3 camera. I think I have a macro photo now. They’re salted nuts in a mixed nut can.

Mixed Nuts

And below is a photo, I took with my iPhone, of the Fotodiox extension tube set I used.

Close up - Extension Tube Set

To participate in Macro Monday snap a macro (or any close-up) photo, post it on your blog, and link to Lisa’s Chaos blog using the MckLinky on her latest Monday post. Click on the badge below to go to Lisa’s Chaos blog.

Macro Monday at Lisa's Chaos

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