Posts Tagged ‘macro photography’
For a great insight into some top insect macro photographers, pop over to the ePhotozine website where six of their photographers are interviewed and share their tips, techniques and camera gear.
I discovered this article on National Geographic where you may pick up some tips on macro photography. Some excellent examples of macro photography as well submitted to Your Shot by subscribers and all are available as wallpapers.
The weather is finally turning slightly cooler and it was a gorgeous sunny Queensland day. It’s been a long time since I have been out on a back yard safari. All of the critters I discovered today were determined not to be in the limelight.Pin It
The first moments in the adult life of a newly-hatched mosquito are captured by these macro images taken by photographer brothers Will and Matt Burrard-Lucas
As a wildlife/nature artist and photographer who is lucky enough to own a macro lense, I have been intrigued by the stunning photographs I have seen of dew drops containing images inside the drops of what is behind them, otherwise known as Dewdrop Flower Refraction.
I published this deluxe hard cover book via Blurb which showcases some of my nature photography. It takes pride of place on my coffee table at the moment and is available to purchase on the Blurb Site. This widget shows a sample of pages. Hope you like it.
I came across this video by professional photographer Roy Toft who is from San Diego, USA and even although he is demonstrating techniques on how to shoot macro photography.
Looks as if these critters were enjoying an early morning drink from the dew drops on the allamanda flowers. I am particularly pleased with the macro photograph of the ant and it’s my sharpest one yet of these tiny, tiny insects who don’t stay still for long and are not terribly cooperative when it comes to being at the end of my lense!