Sigma Macro Lens Photographs

For today’s post I just wanted to share a few examples of the photographs that I have taken on my Sigma 105mm f/2.8 lens. As you can see from the examples below due to the long focal length, only matter at that optimal distance will appear in focus. When producing close ups of 3D images this can produce very detailed results of certain aspects of the image; this can be seen very clearly on the photos of the white shell. However at longer distances, the whole object can be captured crisply and in focus with just the background and negative space left to blur; this is particularly obvious with the images of the dandelion puff.

 

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