Okay - My DH bought me a very nice camera a couple years ago and I am finally admitting ignorance in how to really use and enjoy it. I have a Nikon 90 with additional lenses - not Nikon ones but a Bower High Definition DSLR Pro MCAF Digital Tele Converter2.0x72mm and also a Bower Macro 72-67. I also have three additional rings one labeled 67mm-72mm, 72-77mm, 72-62mm. I can take fairly good pictures with my NikonAF-S 70-300mm lens but the first two I mentioned I have never used. Well, I tried the Macro lens but couldn't see that it was getting the upclose shots of my butterflies and flowers that I wanted.
So, can you guide a novice through the basic steps that I must be missing. The manual mentions a macro lens but doesn't address use and I have no idea what the additional rings are for.
I'd appreciate any help you can give. When I did use the Macro, I had the mode dial on the flower for close-ups.