Photo Adventure Transcript

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Welcome, everyone, to another episode of Macro Photography --- where I take you with me to discover and capture small, beautiful photos that most people would walk past without a thought. At the end of this video, don't forget to cast your vote for the shot you like most from today's adventure. I'm your host Jay, and let's get started...

Today, we are taking a stroll in the park. This park is encircled by one mile of continuous walkway and it has lots to offer for photography. The park has some statues, a water fountain show, a small variety of plants, plenty of ducks, and a European-style plaza. But this time we are keeping our eye out for anything that could be turned into a fun macro photo. Hopefully, what we can find today will inspire you to get out and go search for your own macro photography at your park. Our mission is to find something that I would like to use as my desktop wallpaper. So let's keep walking and see what we can find. Start the music...

Alright, I think I found the perfect photo for my desktop wallpaper. But first, let's go into Lightroom to do some photo processing. We'll speed this up and see which photos I want you to vote on.

Okay, we are done. Let's take a look. I like this one because of the green to orange gradient background. Which, by the way, is just grass and mulch behind this stone bench. And check this out, I already made it my desktop wallpaper, so mission completed. This small statue I mainly liked because of the side point of view of it. It also turned out great as a black and white photo. And lastly, a small light bulb.

Alright, there you have it, here are my 3 favorite photos from this adventure --- and I want to hear from you. Which one do you like most? Cast your vote by leaving a comment below, or clicking the poll to let me know. I'm going to give you my favorite pick out of these three as a free download, so you can do whatever you want with the photo. Enjoy, guys, and don't forget to like and subscribe to my channel for upcoming macro photo adventures.