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Check out my talented friend !
posted 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... More...
Exotic Insects
posted 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.... More...
Macro world in your own garden
posted 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... More...
Extreme Macro
posted 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... More...
Macro on the Cheap
posted 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... More...
Heading outside :)
posted 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... More...
paradise of butterfly
posted by keung1616 - 23rd of april, 2010
Fung Yuen (Hong Kong) Butterfly Reserve is an area that is recognized as an important breeding site for some butterflies of conservation concern, such as Common Birdwing and White Dragontail. Despite being located on the urban fringe,... More...
Insects a Challenging but Rewarding Subject
posted by toynutz - 7th of may, 2009
Insects are an especially challenging subject to photograph for several reasons. They're small and flighty, which poses a need for balance between depth of field and fast shutter speed while trying to get close enough for a full-... More...
Finding Macro Models
posted by marilyngould - 24th of july, 2008
Hello everyone! This is my first attempt at the blog forum. My apologies in advance for any blunders, omissions or technical difficulties. Recently I was thrilled to have 4 of my photos accepted into the close-up assignment.... More...
Too many...insects, and more generally about Macro photography
posted by demonike - 24th of may, 2008
Pursuing the objects in the "macro world" is among the first attempts to enter the amateur photography craft. As soon as people discover the power of magnification the macro-modes the point-and-shoot cameras provide them,... More...
Photographing Butterflies
posted by naturalphotos - 6th of february, 2008
I get a lot of people asking me how I manage to get the butterflies to sit still or to stay on a particular flower. I do have a couple of tips and look for more to share. Time of Day - As with most photography, early morning has... More...
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