Holy Macro


Oh hey. How are you guys doing? I’ve been doing great lately. Potentially exciting new opportunities on the horizon, doing well in work, AND, I went and got myself the macro lens I’ve been coveting for a long time. Like, made a beeline from work after I saw there was a used one at National Camera. I immediately came home and started having fun. I suddenly can’t imagine a life before this lens. It’s intuitive and quick. It delivers extremely well in low light. I’ve only had it for an hour and I already love the hell out of this thing.1ST-MACRO-11 copy1ST-MACRO-14I don’t think I understood the capabilities of a macro until I had one in my hands. I didn’t realize that you can get in close. Waaaay closer than any other lens. It’s like my prime 50 lens but x2 and then plus a million. 1ST-MACRO-17And of course it’s a game changer when it comes to my nature photo skills. 1ST-MACRO-221ST-MACRO-24 1ST-MACRO-25 1ST-MACRO-28UGH. UNBELIEVABLE. If you are into photography and don’t have a macro lens yet, get one. It’s instant fun and the exploration possibilities are endless.

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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.



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