|Dew drops on a cobweb|
I love cobwebs at this time of year, especially early morning when they hold on to the dew droplets. I have never photographed them before, and have never really used my macro lens in this way before, so thought I would give it a go the other morning for ten minutes.
What I learnt... this type of macro photography is a very different ball game to wildlife photography. Hand holding is difficult, I don't like using a tripod for wildlife... too restricting, but I can see why many people of for macro. The depths of field are so shallow! Can lead to some brilliant effects though.
I've used macro for wildlife before, and a lot of the dancing adders from this year were taken with my macro lens, but more practice and experience is needed for this real closeup stuff me thinks.
Thing is, although I appreciate good macro photography, I am not a huge fan of it myself. So although I would like to give it another/better go at some point, I will still mainly be putting on a larger lens for some nice mammal shots.
I got carried away with the macro and went for something really arty in the end, and with more colour.
Thanks for looking.