This is a new find for me and I really wanted to share it with you here. My friend and photography crush, Charity Maurer linked me to these babies and they’re a game changer!
When shooting details on film, I usually use my 100mm lens attached to my 35mm camera. It lets me use the macro lens just as I normally would with my digital lens:
But if I want to use a medium format camera, then I need to figure something else out. These Hoya Filters are the perfect solution for that problem! They come in +1, +2 and +4. They simply screw onto your lens and they magnify the subject.
Pro Tip: You can also STACK them! Something I learned from Joy Michelle’s video which you can check out right here:
Friends, that was day 63! I hope to see you tomorrow as we continue our film series with: What is the difference between 35mm and 120mm film?
Day 98 is currently reserved for any questions you have throughout the 100 days. To submit a question, please click here! If you’re interested in supporting this project, please share, PIN and comment! Any other questions, comments or ideas, please feel free to email me at denise(at)denisekaris(dot)com
|Denise Karis is an Arizona wedding photographer who enjoys musicals, Doctor Who and breakfast burritos. IG @denisekaris|
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