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  • You Say 'Macro'. I Say Maybe...

    by Ellenboughn | 17th of June, 2008

    What ever you call it, macro photography (taken with a macro lens or a micro lens as one manufacturer calls their macro lens) is NOT simply a close-up image. What’s the difference between "close-ups", "macros", and "micrographs"... More
  • The mantis and the lizard: history of a conversery predation

    by Andreamangoni | 12th of August, 2015

    Among the animals, predators have an undeniable charm. And today I want to talk to you of two tiny predators, widespread in many gardens: the praying mantis (Mantis religiosa) and the common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis).     Tha mantis is a very efficient predator.... More
  • In summer our flowers

    by 220volt | 31st of July, 2015

    >  bee or fly :] [previmg]0_57053325[/previmg] flower sea and mountain   pink flower and a bug :]   bee in flower See Article
  • Some fast tips on photographing insects and other invertebrates

    by Andreamangoni | 27th of June, 2015

    Insects are a very interesting subject to photograph. Can be useful, however, to have some foresight, to get a better result.   Know your "enemy" insects are an interesting subject to photograph because they are virtually everywhere, but it must be familiar... More
  • Macroworld

    by Pettys | 14th of March, 2015

    Hello everyone I'd like to show you some macro photos from my gallery. Hope you will like it. Peter               More
  • Macro Photography: A bright new world

    by Clewisleake | 21st of August, 2014

    I've been doing photography steady on Dreamstime for about a year now Not knowing what to expect I snapped the lens on my camera and headed out into the woods seeking bugs, frogs, flowers and anything else that eluded my daily walk around a 28-105 lens. After an interesting... More
  • Small insect is beauty animal

    by 220volt | 28th of April, 2014

    >Small insect is beauty animal. In spring, blooming flower and small animal. Flower is plant, insect is moving flower. See Article
  • My artificial island made for insect macro shoots

    by Alvera | 9th of September, 2013

    I made this micro-island from plastic, sand, rocks and seashells and I put on it various insects. A photo studio for these tiny "models". Is very comfortable to shoot on this island, I can rotate it for good angle. This video show the moment when I put a can full of caterpillars... More
  • Check out my talented friend !

    by Matthiase | 22nd of August, 2013

    Have a look at my friend's images, he has just gotten in to the stock business, give him some support. He is a master of macro i think, I really enjoy to see what he's uploading. And I'm very excited yet to see he's first sale =). Mackan88 More
  • Exotic Insects

    by Dhaggett | 1st of April, 2013

    Having moved to Malaysia a few months ago I now have access to a wealth of fantastic and exotic insects. I have created a Facebook page called Exotic Insects so that others can enjoy the remarkable bugs that we share the planet with. Some of those photos will shortly... More
  • Cool compound eyes,movie star?

    by Danchayuan | 31st of December, 2012

    Cool compound eyes, the movie star?A cheap device's toss,try to do better! Happy new year everybody!!! See Article
  • A Collection of a Few of My Favourite Things.. Tasty Markets & Insects

    by Dash76 | 13th of October, 2012

    I have often looked at people making collections and wondered if there was any merit in it so, I have decided to make my own. The big question has been what the collection should be about so I looked at my photos to see if I had favourite, sub-conscious DT subject. It turns... More
  • Macro world in your own garden

    by Risto40 | 21st of June, 2012

    Weekends at cottage offers a good change for taking photographs of nature and this spring I took a bit closer look in what is going on in my garden. I have one extreme macro lens which, due to its limitations, most of the time of a year collects dust in a drawer. The lens... More
  • Extreme Macro

    by Radub85 | 8th of May, 2012

    Hello, i haven't posted for a while and i wanted to share with you my new photos made with a reversed 55mm lens on extension tubes. I will try to go even closer with a reversed 28mm lens, as you know as the focal distance goes wider the reversed lens zooms even more, so at... More
  • Macro on the Cheap

    by Llareggub | 24th of August, 2011

    I love taking pictures of leetle things and someone else wrote a great blog about week ago about their approach using extension tubes. I use a raynox DCR150 macro dipter to take my macro shots and whilst it is limited in comparison to a dedicated macro lens it is possible... More
  • Heading outside :)

    by Llareggub | 1st of April, 2011

    I'm heading into my 4th month of taking photographs for Stock and the change in weather has seen me head outside and see what I can get from nature. I did a 365 project last year and rapidly discovereed I love taking pictures of bugs and leetle things It is... More
  • Toreros

    by Crookid | 25th of March, 2011

    I wandered onto private property, which is nothing out of the usual for me. That is why I am always camouflaged like a wayward soldier from some forgotten war on the edges of suburbia. And when I pop into the local grocery store everyone stares and some get a bit edgy. But... More
  • Waiting for a Butterfly – A Series of Photo Shoots

    by Rubybayan | 29th of January, 2011

    One of the first photo projects I thought of submitting to Dreamstime was the life cycle of the Black Swallowtail Butterfly. When I saw the caterpillars devouring my parsley in the backyard, I knew I had to take the photo opp. I snipped off a half-eaten parsley branch... More
  • 100 Sales Finally

    by Tonnywu76 | 25th of November, 2010

    Finally, reaching 100 sales feel great. Thanks for all your support and appreciation of my stocks. My 100th Sales. See Article
  • 1300 online !!!

    by Defun | 10th of September, 2010

    With new isolated animals pictures being approved, now get 1300 online, hoho^^ See Article

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