Category Archives: Flower Photography

30-110mm Plant Macro Images

A friend of mine recently took delivery of a new Nikon 1 J5 with two kit lenses, the 10-30mm PD zoom and 30-110mm f/3.8-5.6 zoom. We visited the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory this morning to help him get some practice time with his new gear. I’ll be posting a few articles based on the images I took this morning. This one features a selection of 30-110mm plant macro images. Continue reading 30-110mm Plant Macro Images

Focal length and depth-of-field

As photographers we spend time considering how we want to compose an image. We often think about balance, leading lines, ‘rule of thirds’ and depth-of-field. Typically we associate aperture settings with depth-of-field. One of the factors we sometimes overlook is how lens focal length and depth-of-field are related. Continue reading Focal length and depth-of-field