Red ants on a journey. I love a macro lens! Look at those black eyes! Advertisements
Posted in Insects, Macro Photography, Nature, Outdoors
Tagged ants, black eyes, Canon 100mm macro lens, crawling, creepy, entomology, grass, Hagan Stone Park, insects, little, macro, red ants, tiny
It’s spring – even this is worth a shot!
Posted in Macro Photography, Nature, Outdoors, Plants
Tagged blossom, bud, Canon 100mm macro lens, Canon 30D, photography, pollen, spring, tree bud
Some macro “stacking” of this piece of coral.
Posted in Creative, Macro Photography, Object Lighting
Tagged bleached coral, Canon 100mm macro lens, coral, lighting, macro photography, macro stacking, object, ocean, oceanic, porous, skeletal, white
The repetition of cold and warm weather over recent weeks has caused several of the blossoms to wilt already, however there are still more blooms to come.
Posted in Creative, Macro Photography, Nature
Tagged bloom, blossom, cameilia, camellia blossom, Canon 100mm macro lens, color editing, flower, macro, petals, soft, white camellia, wilting
I just couldn’t bring myself to throw out the Christmas tree yet today. Although the ornaments came off the tree and got boxed back up again, I saved this gem for a refresher course in Object Lighting with whatever scarce … Continue reading
Posted in Commercial, Macro Photography, Object Lighting
Tagged Barbie doll, Canon 100mm macro lens, Canon 30D, Christmas ornament, collectible, doll case, figurine, miniature Barbie, original Barbie, small object, tree ornament
A feather and it’s inverse.
Posted in Commercial, Creative, Macro Photography
Tagged airy, bird feather, Canon 100mm macro lens, Canon 30D, curves, feathers, feathery, fluff, fragile, inverse, light, lines, macro stacking, negative, positive, soft, wavy, wispy
More fun in the yard…. it doesn’t take much!! And, with a little more research, I learned some terms as well – gills, cap and stem – all right here!
Even through the fall and winter, the brittle “bones” of these once bright purplish-blue, mop-head flower clusters retain their shape. Now, they’re simply gorgeous in a different way – think I’ll call them snowflakes for now, at least until the … Continue reading