Since Christmas I have been experimenting with my new camera, especially with the teleconverter lens and the fisheye lens.

The fisheye lens is designed to encompass a view of 180 degrees, much wider than a normal lens. Depending on your subject and the distance involved, it can also distort the periphery.

The teleconverter lens is also known as a telescopic lens, so it magnifies things at a distance. Although I have been using it in conjunction with the ‘microscope’ mode on my camera. This gives the ability to photograph extreme detail, something you would not see with the naked eye.

This has inspired me to look at objects differently, wondering what I could discover by magnifying specific characteristics.

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