My (cheap) Macro Photography Setup
Just wanted to show how I do my macro shots using my beloved Kamiko (my Nikon D90).
I am using a reverse ring mounted on an 18-55mm kit lens plus a styro plate to diffuse the pop-up flash. The toothpick you are seeing is to partially open up the aperture ring because in this setup, IT IS ALL MANUAL!!! hehehe. :D :D :D
I’ll update this post next time to show you the step by step procedure on how I do this setup.
Meanwhile, here are some sample shots using this cheap setup.
Click here for the complete gallery of my macro shots. Happy shooting everyone!!!
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