In my first blog, I’m going to share some close-up, in your face photography. I love the little details that a lot of people over look and I find beautiful and fascinating. I absolutely love my new camera. It’s a Canon Rebel T7i and I’ve had it since the beginning of March 2019.
I used to have a Canon AE-1 back in the day when film was a thing, some of you might remember that stuff, you had to load it carefully, not exposing it to light and making sure the little spokes caught just right in the little holes so the film would advance properly. I took a photography class in high school and just had a ball with it, loved it so much but didn’t pursue the fantasy very far. It mostly covered black and white photography, playing with contrast and depth, light and dark. It was a great class and I still have some awesome pictures to look back on. But, I did eventually get that Canon AE-1 and boy did I use that thing relentlessly. I have so many pictures and negatives from my late teens, twenties and on up until I bought the latest and greatest thing, the Mavica by Sony. It was an amazing innovation for it’s day. A floppy disk recorded the images and then you could just download them to your hard-drive; email, print, use Adobe Photoshop to edit – wow, the sky was the limit! I have a ton of 3.5” floppy’s too.
Now, it’s incredible how far technology has brought us along. The Canon Rebel T7i is not even the best or greatest or most amazing camera out there. But, it’s good enough for what I want to capture right now, and I have been having a great time this last spring and summer capturing some pretty cool pictures. Some of the pictures below were captured with my phone, a LG G7 Thin Q and are noted as such.
I’ve given you ten of my detailed, close up pictures. I have a ton more and maybe sometime in the future I’ll do a whole blog just about the Ferns, or spring flowers, or bees or something else. But for now, I think this will have to do for my first forage into the blogging sphere.
Let me know what you think.
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