Friday, August 3, 2012

World At A Macro Level

-->Close-up photography or more popularly known as “Macro Photography” is a very tedious work. You have to work with extremely high apertures and even more extreme, breath stopping slow shutter speeds. The biggest challenge is to control glare and reflection from the object’s shinny surface. But when you do manage to overcome all the difficulties and challenges; the result you get is quite something. Even the most unassuming object can turn out to be most appealing and quite different from what the naked eyes see.

 A small section of a Bhutanese Lady's Jiru or Necklace

1 comment:

  1. That necklace is stunning. I like the simple backgrounds you are using, color & texture to complement but not detract. Love what you are able to do with this new lens.