If you’ve just upgraded your camera arsenal (like I did), with a new DSLR and are having the default kit 18-55mm lens which comes boxed with majority of SLR cameras and you’re missing your old macro lens of point and shoot, this is for you. Macro photography has ever been one of the most fascinating region to explore in digital photography. And with amazing examples like the Pictures Of Insects Covered In Water Droplets, one really should try out his/her hands on macro photography.
But you don’t have a macro lens and neither you have a budget to get one exclusively. What to do now? Well, here’s an amazing and very detailed video on how you can make your own macro lens out of the default 18-55mm kit lens of your DSLR camera. However, we won’t recommend you to try this with your brand new kit lens. Instead, you can get a very cheap used 18-55 lens to try things out.
Disclaimer: It’s an extreme engineering video which involved explicit scenes of tearing apart a lens. If you are a camera lover, you might get a heart attack. We will not be held responsible for that 😉
Well, to me, that was indeed scary! Do share in your thoughts and what all you have to say about the video by dropping in your comments below.