I thought we'd take a moment to talk about specific lenses, and for the next week we'll be talking about the 100mm macro lens. I get a lot of questions about it and a lot of folks interested in it. So I thought we'd take some time to discuss it, let you ask questions about it and see some examples of what it can do.
Let me first say, I'm going to the Click Away photography conference in Salt Lake City this weekend. (Anyone else going and wanna meet up? Comment here, and let's try to make it happen!) I'm so so excited to go to meet several folks I've only met online, spend some time with photographers I know in person already, and learn from some amazing nationally acclaimed photographers from all over the world including Sue Bycee, Meg Bitton, Joy Prouty, Ashlee Ann Campbell... just to name a few! Not that I'm name dropping or anything... Oh what the heck! I'm totally name dropping!!!! Seriously, I get to learn from these amazing women!!! How cool is that?! Anywho, I'll be gone for a bit and no doubt catching up on a mountain of laundry when I return home. So I thought this would be a good time to have a series of posts re the 100mm for a full week.
So let's talk about the 100mm macro. First off, my disclaimer... I'm FAR from an expert on lenses or macro photography or photography in general. This is just my plain ol' soccer mom experience with my 100mm lens.
For the next week, I'll be posting more pics taken with my 100mm macro. You'll see lots of wild flowers and the world around up close and personal. And maybe this lens is something you'll want to add to your Christmas list!
So which one of the pics in this post speaks to you? Do you have a favorite?