I am tenacious and never give up. I went back to the WPA Rock Garden in William Land Park, Sacramento with my macro lens for more practice. Finally, I now understand my lens and how to shoot macro.
This was my second time shooting there, and there were new flowers and small critters to find. The first time, I learned that I needed a higher ISO to get a faster shutter speed to capture the close up detail. This time I learned that I also needed to narrow my aperture (use a higher F stop) to get less of a shallow depth of field.
Now I’m ready to go back just to enjoy the shoot. Tenacity is a great trait, but offers little relaxation.
I also experimented with what else I could shoot with my 105 Macro Lens. Enjoy the pictures! (Captions not necessary!)
2 thoughts on “Finally got it!: WPA Rock Garden, Sacramento”
Love the orb weaver.
Thanks Sherry. He sure was weaving.