Grenada – Macro Lens

For many years I’ve snapped photos on CG commercial shoots but lately I’ve had the pleasure of trying out different types of photography on my own time. During a recent visit to Grenada I used a Canon 20D camera and a SigmaDG 70-300mm lens with a macro switch, a feature I had never played with before. Throwing on the macro switch and zooming to 200mm, your DOF instantly becomes inches of visible space. As I didn’t have the luxury of a tripod or trigger release I did all my shooting by hand. This lent itself to many out of focus or blurred shots, but depending on the natural light I could toggle between shutter or aperture priority to get the best capture. Hope you enjoy.

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