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You Say 'Macro'. I Say Maybe...

What ever you call it, macro photography (taken with a macro lens or a micro lens as one manufacturer calls their macro lens) is NOT simply a close-up image.What’s the difference between"close-ups", "macros", and "micrographs" (also known as "micro-photographs" or "photomicrographs")A ‘close-up’ refers to any image zoomed or cropped into a detail such as the close-up of the woman’s lips or the golf ball and club. Another example: Take a photo of a fly in a bowl of soup. It will... continue reading

Extreme Macro Photography

This article is describing the technique I'm using to achieve high quality extreme macro photos, for magnifications beyond 3x, up to 10x (possible up to 20x).This means that the subject frame is between 3 and 20 times smaller than the physical sensor dimensions (i.e. 22.2mm for APS-C).This also means that creatures even below a few millimeters in real life, can almost fill the whole screen, revealing amazing, incredible details, unknown to the naked eye!Here are a few examples:... continue reading

Over 100 photos online

>Some blood cells under the microscope.Red hat and building.Lovely fly........:} Thanks every one. continue reading

Microscope and macrophotography

The microscope capacitates small objects to be observed.Under the microscope, bacteria, even those with no flagella, often bounce about in the water.And you can find anything interesting.Taking a photo with the microscope is not only beneficial to education, but also conducive to macrophotography.Macro photography gives us a chance for learning to adjust the shutter speed and aperture.It is good for photography.I often take photo with 1/250, F 7.0If you have any good idea,please call... continue reading

Three Images In Level Two

I checked my DT portfolio today and found that I have now three images in Level 2: continue reading

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