Time Cannot Erase the Birth of John Sappington
The sole representative of the life of John Sappington, MD b. Dec 15, 1801, d. Nov 18. 1863. Time cannot erase the record of his birth and death.
Shot with Nikon D7500
Cropped and edited in Photoshop CS
The Assignment: Photographers are explorers. Every week here at 52Frames we go on another adventure. We stuck our noses in remote abandoned buildings, investigated the play of light during the golden hour and used mirrors to look at reflections. This week we are going to enter the world of the tiny, a.k.a macro photography! Macro photography is taking photos of small objects to make them look life-sized or larger. Anything small, such as insects or things that we don’t normally get to see up close with the naked eye such as the detail in a coin or a flower are the usual candidates for macro photography. Pay special attention to your focus because it can be tricky to get a macro photo in focus. Play with your exposure triangle, make sure you have enough light and be prepared to take LOTS of photos.