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  • My First Editors Choice!

    by Marilyngould | 23rd of October, 2008

    Hey everyone I just am about to burst with happiness, in checking my profile for sales this morning I scrolled down and nearly fell off my chair -- my favorite macro model, Truman the jumping spider has been selected as an Editors Choice! This plucky little fellow is... More
  • Macro

    by Qing02051981 | 21st of October, 2008

    It is the first time I had my hands on a macro lens. It is amazing to see my watch at this size. See Article
  • Stepping stones

    by Palabra | 4th of September, 2008

    In my last batch there are some macro shots of pebbles. In those shots I've been playing around with the focus. In this one I had the focus on the first pebble. In this one on the second pebble. And in this one the focus is on the last pebble. I think... More
  • Take a hike to the deep forrest

    by Petersjokvist | 27th of August, 2008

    nature is my thing, living were I´am with the wild nature at my door step, can it be any better. taking the camera and tripod under the arm and just walk in to the deep forrests is so wonderful. when mounting the macro lens, a hole new word is open up. Small bugs looks... More
  • macro photos with my new macro filter lense

    by Pbsubhash | 26th of August, 2008

    see some of the macro photos taken by using my new macro filter lense. It is very interesting to shoot macro and also time consuming. Must have to use tripod and even small movement of the objects making the photo blurry. Now getting more interest to shoot macro photos.... More
  • Finding Macro Models

    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. So, I thought I'd share my (newbie) methods... More
  • Assignment Submission

    by Zqfotography | 9th of July, 2008

    Finally get this accepted for macro assignment! While the following ones were rejected for assignment submission, they still get accepted for normal submissions. More
  • My First Model Pic Approved

    by Rebeccaosborn | 9th of July, 2008

    Hi all, well you may not care, but i'm well excited! my first picture of an actual person got approved recently! Here it is... I have about 40 pregnancy shots pending that I did with my beautiful sister... and i'm doing a shoot this week with my friend and her gorgeous... More
  • Assignments, Assignments! The GOOD and BAD!

    by Studioceja | 8th of July, 2008

    Ok ... so I submit my images to this weeks assignment: up-Very-close I think I had the opportunity to submit up to ten images and sure enough I did. I was not surprised when they were refused/rejected. I was sad because I was very fond of my images :-( However, upon a later... More
  • My new macro lens is great!

    by Palabra | 9th of June, 2008

    I have a brand new 100mm macro lens and I'm so happy with it. Look how sharp: And see the details and the great bokeh: I couldn't resist to shoot the delicious new Dutch herring my husband brought home as well: More
  • Too many...insects, and more generally about Macro photography

    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, they usually are so appalled by the new... More
  • My latest macro in the light box.

    by Sstedman | 16th of May, 2008

    Here is an example of my latest macro work using my home-made light box. Lego Blocks. Keychain. More blocks. More to come soon. Let me know what you think! See Article
  • Some may call me CRAZY - Experiments gone wild!

    by Pirate59 | 16th of May, 2008

    OK. First of all some explanation for the heading. I am currently testing the lengths of what my new toy (macro rails) can achieve. While none of the initial tests are stock worthy, i believed it would be of benefit to share my initial findings. Hence the reason... More
  • Sigma 70-300 APO MACRO DG F/4-5,6 Review

    by MinervaStudio | 12th of May, 2008

    Hi guys, it's my first article, I hope you to appreciate it. So, let's talk about this lens. Many amateur photographers before or later come to buy this lens: it's cheap, and several websites state it to be an excellent compromise by adding a (relatively) good quality image... More
  • My First Lightbox Photos

    by Sstedman | 5th of May, 2008

    After reading several articles, I decided to build my own lightbox for doing macro work. Here is my first set of approved photos that I shot using my lightbox. The coffee beans were my favorite of these three. More
  • Macro photography on a tight budget

    by Paulcgreen | 24th of April, 2008

    I haven't been a contributor to DT for very long so I am still working out what sells and learning new techniques or improving existing skills. I can see a lot of macro photography when browsing the portfolios. Macro photography is appealing to me because it avoids the... More
  • Springtime macros

    by Dreamframer | 11th of April, 2008

    Spring has come on north hemisphere and everything already turned green here in south Europe. Finally we can take some great images outside, images full of life. So, let's take a look what's going on in our gardens and backyards. More
  • Discover objects

    by Papuga2006 | 29th of February, 2008

    One of the most popular subjects in Dreamstime are macro photos of objects, nature and other. They discover another world for us by closing to it. Simple clock is complicated mechanism, leaf is textured map of lines and simple roll twine is pointing the black hole in side.... More
  • A new collection dedicated to bullion coins

    by Gadgetat | 21st of February, 2008

    For more than a decade I've been a collector of rare coins and bullion coins. It's a fun hobby, and over the past few years it's also become a profitable hobby. Recently as I started toying with macro photography I decided to take a few shots of several coins. Silver... More
  • Reached 200

    by Gadgetat | 20th of February, 2008

    Wow, already made it to 200. And I just haven't been shooting too much lately. Pesky job I keep going to has kept me inside too often. Next week I'll be traveling to Anza-Borrego in California. What does Anza-Borrego promise? How about desert palms, rare desert wild... More

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