As can be seen in my previous posts I find droplets fascinating. I like the way they render details of the object on which they are placed. They act like a kind of a magnifier lens.
On the other hand you can capture incredible reflections (a building, sky with clouds, etc) which would be hard to spot with the “naked eye”. Whether a reflection or a “magnifier lens” is obtained depends on how the focus is being made.
One thing is sure: droplets (which are a part of the macro/close-up photography) take a lot of skill and practice in order to obtain breathtaking pictures. I consider myself a learner and think there is lot of room for improvement.
I will be back with further articles on this subject.
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