Spring has sprung!
And I just love it; not only have the daffodils and bluebells started to pop up but the sun has begun to make (albeit) fleeting appearances and everything (and everyone) just seems refreshed and renewed. In my family, spring is a season full of birthdays (including my own!) and family get togethers. Because of that, I've been out and about with the family quite a bit recently and on my last trip, took my Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens with me. As it was the first time I had had the chance to use it outside since getting it, I thought I would attempt to get some macro shots of the spring flowers I came across and then share them with you in the hope that they might inspire you as they did me.
Unfortunately, the photographs are not quite as in focus as I was hoping. It was really windy though, and I did take these without using a tripod. So between the camera moving and the flowers themselves moving, I think the lenses did pretty well to capture anything other than a huge blurry mess. Despite this, I really like how these photographs (as is often the case with macro photography) make you see the subject matter in a completely different way and in some photographs even make the subject unrecognisable.
What inspires you most about spring or macro photography?
Let me know in the comments below!