For Floral Friday I headed out to my garden with the macro lens from Struman Optics to take photos in it. I have a class coming up that is teaching people about using their phones in the garden.
Part of the reason I wanted flowers in my garden was so I could use flowers in it for Floral Friday so today it was back into it. These were taken with the Struman Optics macro lens.
For Floral Friday I thought I would head out to the garden with the Struman Optics macro lens on my phone. As spring gets closer there is more to see.
It has been one of those weeks, so I thought for Weekend Wanderings I would repost the one I did of Docklands through a fisheye. Sometimes it is hard to get out.
To I used the Struman Optics phone lenses for floral friday and I thought we could look at some photos of flowers that I took today with my phone. I’ve tried to get my garden to a point where there are always flowers there.
The other day I found myself photographing a bridge with a fisheye lens. Actually, I was doing it with two, one on the camera, and one on my phone.
If you love dahlias, then you would love to do some weekend wanderings around Country Dahlias in Winchelsea. It is quite an amazing place.
Today I was at Alowyn Gardens to talk about some macro photography classes. While there I spent some time playing around the fisheye lens from Struman Optics on my phone.
One of the things that I love about visiting the MIFGS each year is catching up with the Struman Optics team and their lenses. This year I’ve been playing with a new macro lens for my phone.
Yesterday was the first day of the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show and opening day was massive. There were so many people there.