Category Archives: Macro

Just look around you.

As we move into the darker and colder days of winter it’s easy to fall into bad habits and stop looking for images, or say, “It’s all a bit grey, so I’ll leave my camera at home”!  Remember though, even if you don’t go out much, there are still loads of photographic subjects, some even […]

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Up close and personal (Warning – Spiders!)

We’ve got the builders in, so I need to be around the house all day to answer questions and advise.  This means my photographic radius is somewhat reduced.  It’s like lockdown but much more expensive and noisier! I could still have a wander round the house and garden with my macro lens.  It’s surprising what […]

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March macro mayhem

A friend recently gave me a bellows attachment.  Bellows allow you to get the lens away from the camera body, and this gives you more magnification.  It was made for an M42 screw-thread mount camera system (think 1950/60’s Pentax or Praktica), so making it work with my Olympus MFT system needed an adapter. Having done […]

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