Hello friends, I hope you are all well in your little houses taking care of your health and that of your loved ones.
I love macro photography and it's one of the things in the community that gets my attention and I love to watch. I admire it a lot, because it requires a lot of technique, a good camera and a lot of patience, as well as a good pulse. Things that I don't have.
However, I would like to practice. I have a camera that has a good resolution (when she wants it) and has the option to set macro level. I wanted to give it a try.
So I thought I'd go to my big yard where I have lots of fruit trees and take some interesting textures. To do this I had to take a brush and shake the dust off the leaves of the plants, as I realized that the camera lens is more sensitive to capturing dust than the object I want to highlight.
Sometimes we need a texture and we search among thousands of royalty-free ones, and some already seem very repeated, I said to myself, how about I make my small contribution? I proceeded to take a photograph of some leaves that captured my attention.
It's not very professional, not a big deal, but I'm amazed at what my camera can do despite its limitations and my limited knowledge of macro photography. I hope you like it.
Like this one I found very interesting, from my banana harvest.
Now comes the interesting part for me, in which I apply some interesting creative editions with my design programs.
On one side I'll show you the original and on the other the edited one.
Super exciting. I enjoyed it very much, I hope you'll like it very much, I had a great time and I'm happy to have been able to share my experience with you.
Benq 16 megapixel camera. Model Sx AE220
Editing and design program: MediBang Paint Pro.
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