How to Find the Best Reverse Mount Macro Lens
Like anything else that you pursue in life, sooner or later you progress from being a beginning macro photographer to an intermediate photographer. There is no set time that you must spend or amount of photographs that you must take, it simply happens sooner or later. You will know that you are in the intermediate-to-advance stages when you start to experiment a bit with the equipment that you use on a daily basis.
Many intermediate macro photographers find that they want to begin reverse-mounting their macro photography lenses to get new and interesting results. It really is a lot of fun to experiment with reverse mounting your lenses. And if you have a few different macro lenses at your disposal, you may wonder which type of lens is best suited for reverse mounted shooting. Today’s macro photography tutorial will break down the different choices that you have, so you can choose the best reverse mount macro lens for your next photo shoot.
It really was interesting to see all of those different macro photography lenses stacked up against each other, wasn’t it? You may not even have all of the different types of lenses that David talked about in this video lesson, but that’s not a big deal! You can reverse mount just about any lens, as long as you don’t mind investing a few bucks in an adapter. You’ll find plenty of very affordable adapters available for about five bucks, so you don’t have to break the budget in order to experiment with reverse mounting your favorite macro photography lens.
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1. How to choose a reverse lens ring adapter