This week’s Monday macro is an example of what I call “Rainy Day Photography”. It’s what I do when I’m itching to take macro shots and the weather is keeping me indoors.
(I could call it “Still Life” but that sounds a bit like an artistic composition of a few objects carefully placed in the style of an oil painting. But it isn’t that!)
I found an old pocket watch in my big box of “miscellaneous photography gear”. Then I pulled out a piece of black Plexiglass carefully stored in its cardboard sleeve in the back of a wardrobe.
I put them on the dining table, fixed camera on tripod, and this is what I got:
I had a lot of fun playing around with this. Next rainy day I’ll try some more.
PocketWatch on Plexiglass ©HelenBushe
Fuji XT-3. Fuji XF80mm Macro Lens.
f22. ISO 640. 1/9sec 80mm
Posted for Irene’s Sunshine Macro Monday 5.