Well Hello, Daisy
Today I bought a circular polarizing filter. So naturally, what is the first thing I do to break it in? Take it off the camera and do some reverse-lens macro shots. It’s what you would have done, right? That’s what I thought.
What we’re looking at here is a little daisy that was growing in the grass field of a local school. This was taken at 135mm focal length. Isn’t this shot one that is required of anyone taking flower photos? I thought it was, so I made my attempt at it.
It was windy taking this. Reverse lens, especially since I have to do it all hand-held, means the wind is especially troublesome. This is easily solved by picking the flower, placing it on a chair that has a blue fabric and then relying on the incredibly small DOF. Everyone will just think its the sky. Oh wait, I shouldn’t have said that last part.