Show Us Your Macro Photography

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63 Responses to “Show Us Your Macro Photography”

  1. Michael Quire

    My apologies. It is 75mm, not 54.

  2. Jamie Carey

    Sorry I should have checked photos before I posted the comment apperantly only one photo of the 5 I had selected got uploaded.

  3. Jamie Carey

    Here are some Dandelion photos I did last year. The purists may be a little upset with the way they are presented. These were taken using a Samsung Galaxy A53, Colored LED lights and water droplets. It was a fun project many photos were taken and it took some experimentation to get things right.

  4. Kay

    Love close up shots.

  5. Jean-Pierre CHARBONNEL

    Crocus in the garden

  6. Charlene

    Simply beautiful!

  7. Jeff Stimler

    There is beauty all around

  8. Diana W Hayes

    When we post a comment and later note a typo—or two—or --is there a way to edit that comment?

  9. Diana W Hayes

    Found myself in a photography quandary. very little time to shoot, unusually wet weather all summer and fall with leaden skies day after day. Some gorgeous autumn days interspersed, but this were the days working on other stuff. SO, decided to get back to just walking around for short periods with the Sony 6500 or Sony a7M2 with a goal in mind. Very helpful!

  10. Russ Brayton

    Technically, this is not a Machro. I shot it with my iPhone. It had been a heavy foggy morning, hence the dew. I don’t know if the bee survived. But it was a wonderful chance to see a bee like never before.