Monday, January 4, 2010

The World....

...According to our new Nikon 60mm AF Micro Nikkor Lens:


Beautiful Pests

Studio Warrior


The Secret Life of My Houseplant

I reckon my photographs will never be quite the same after this, my first Macro lens.

Today I worked on a very very very deluxe piece for the silver shop, a necklace which combines koroit boulder opal with beach glass in a very strong, definite way.

I look forward to sharing it with you soon!



Michaela Dawn:Windy Woman said...

Oh, dear, we are all going to be floating on cloud nine with this new camera lens of yours... for some reason though it couldn't compare to the heightened inspiration you always seem to bring to everyone every where you land! Yet, I feel this place will become even more of a righteous stop for both eye, ear, and wear candy!


emmy d said...

Wow! That camera is doing good things from you! (I would say for you, but I suppose you are really the pictures and the camera is just and extention.) Do you have any advice to share on where to research cameras? I use an old Cannon SLR, which I love, but would like to upgrade to digital....

Nancy*McKay said...

....OH's FUN getting up close & personal...perhaps a few photos in your Etsy shop...?!

Runs4fun said...

oh my! isn't a macro lens a wonderful thing? i have a very good one, and it's one of my favourite lenses:) can't wait to see more of your close-up results!

as for Emmy D, i'm now a Nikon dslr user and their camera bodies and lenses are phenomenal. Canon are great too, but I'm a TOTAL Nikon convert now. digital is amazing! you'll love it!

have a look at this link. they are reputable.


MrsLittleJeans said...

Congrats on the new camera, and totally love the selection- the kitty nose, oooh that kitty nose, the warrior, the secret life of houseplant...madame, you are doing investigative work! Happy Tuesday and rays of sun to you.


Andewyn Designs said...

New cameras are exciting! Macro changed everything for me ;-)