Tag Archives for " Macro "

Aug 30

#1309. A Rose by any other name

By Nancee Rostad | Art & Creativity

While visiting my favorite beach town, I was delighted by the sight of an old-fashioned cottage garden designed to lead one to the entrance of an equally charming store. Billowing mounds of white daisies, stunning vintage roses, pert pansies, and raspberry-hued hydrangeas filled the 15 x 20 ft. area with color & beauty.     […]

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Jul 17

#1298. Beyond Macro, Micro!

By Pascal Ravach | How-To

I studied Sciences in my youth, and kept my curiosity intact since then, so once launched in the so-called “adult life” I became found of Olympus for their extraordinary gear for macro-photography, purchased all their best optics, flashes, bellows… you name it; and even ended up purchasing a microscope, a binocular and an optic fibre […]

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Jun 27

#147 Why shoot flowers?

By philberphoto | News

Shooting flowers is an often underrated segment of photography. There are many reasons for this. One being that we have all seen so many ultrasharp magnified flower pictures that we are thoroughly unable to enjoy any more of them. Another one, that one needs special equipment: macro lens, plus rails, plus lighting, plus bags of […]

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Jun 29

#3. Mauve chandelier

By pascaljappy | News , Opinion

Ce fragile chandelier est le pistile et les étamines d’une grande mauve qui pousse au bord du chemin devant ma porte. Cette image est beaucoup plus belle en grande taille, n’hésitez pas à cliquer dessus pour la voir dans les meilleures conditions. La partie centrale me fait penser à un chandelier ou une décoration de […]

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