Here are some more macro shots that I was able to try this past weekend. I shot most of these on the BYU-Idaho campus and the BYU-Idaho gardens. I used macro extension tubes – the 21mm and 31mm. They helped to make my 18-135mm lens a macro lens. It’s quite a different world, macro photography. You really see everything in such a different way. It’s really neat to be able to see the details that you don’t naturally see with your eye. The water droplets were created for an effect to see things as a fish eye lens. It’s so cool to be able to capture the reflection of the environment in the water droplet. I also used speedlights and continuous lights for my lighting. My aperture was usually between f/5.6 and f/11. My ISO was around 400-800 and my shutter speed ranging from 1/20-1/25.