Meg. I am amazed by nature and the stories that hide beneath the clouds. I fall in love with people's stories and end up connecting myself with them somehow. I explore what the world has to offer in the best and most enjoyable way I can. I fall at times and can't distinguish my pain from my petty problems but nevertheless, I'm still okay and in a good shape to fight for what I love to do. Being a freelancer has always been a dream but now I'm glad to say that I'm starting to reach that dream and I couldn't be happier to know that people walk hand in hand with me as I grab the clouds I once fell in love with. There are  viewer/s

Macro Photography: Without a Macro Lens

1. Materials: Kit lens attached to your DSLR body and 50mm lens.

2. Attach your kit lens and 50mm by holding them together (make sure your 50mm’s aperture is set to it’s biggest for a bigger view and your kit lens to it’s farthest focal point to avoid capturing your 50mm’s sides). Focus to your subject after attaching, your kit lens is better if your focus is set on auto.

3. In camera—finished product.

4. For other results, see pictures: one, two, three, four and five. Use your creativity! Good luck and have fun. (more tutorials)