Actually, “used to” grow.
Ok. Time for a break. Here’s a flower. Enjoy! 😉
Since I started planting, I always check if I have new visitors/residents. So far, here’s one which I always welcome – the plump and colorful lady bug.
‘Used Local phone brand Myphone’s Infinity and a Lieqi clip lens to do this shot.
My hopes aren’t too high since it’s just a camera phone and clips lens but it’s actually nice.
This will do on occasions that I don’t have my mirrorless camera with me.
Though, it’s quite hard for me to use android apps since a phone screen is too small for my chinky eyes.
The color on the phone screen also doesn’t match my computer monitor (calibrated) so I have to do trial uploads to get it right.
It’s a must for a photo hobbyist like me to have a camera handy, in my case, a mobile phone camera since I’m too lazy and weak to carry my camera all the time. I also bought the Universal Clip lens (with macro, wide and fish eye option) for mobile phones since I usually shoot macro and figures.
Here’s a sample macro shot:
Jumping spiders do stay still for a limited time. If you are to observe them, they appear really curious. They tilt their heads as they see something new in front of them (in my experience… my camera) then as if not satisfied, they jump on it.
Here’s one of my shot of a tiny jumping spider: