Tag Archives: macro photography
Shooting from the back of the scene/object toward the front. Advertisements
Some macro “stacking” of this piece of coral.
Sitting on a poncho on the ground among the scrubby weeds at the spider’s level….
What can I say? Sometimes a Duke game just dictates that one enjoy a frosty one! However, we can also incorporate fun with work! These shots do relate to the Biocommunications macro assignments. Both were shot 1:1 using a Canon … Continue reading
Nikon D300, 105mm macro lens, ISO 200, F11 @ 1/6
Last week, our bird-bath water froze up into a big circular chunk about 1-1/2″ thick. I broke it up into some large chunks and took some macro shots, these were some of the results. The images were all shot 1:1 using … Continue reading
Getting up close and personal to a TV screen with a resolution of 1080p, this was what I found when I put the 100mm macro lens right up to a section of pure white. It’s not so white after all … Continue reading
I have the red, cyan, magenta, green and yellow, but it looks like I forgot the blue! I never realized something as simple as spools of thread would reflect each of these bright colors. This was shot 1:1 using a … Continue reading
Macro photo assignment for last week – photograph 10 images of an object beginning with a ratio of 1:10 (furthest away), then take it to 1:1 (life size). Here are front/back images of a starfish at each increment.