Flight of the Bee

In this photo I tried to achieve somewhat dynamic look.
Reversed 35mm + 26mm extension tube in front of the Fujifilm X-T20.
Focus stack of 26 shots.

Macro Photography

Macro Photography
Canon 5D Mark IV, 100mm F/2.8, F/16, 1/160s, iso 100, Beauty Dish with Grid.
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Jumping Spider with lunch

I spotted this female Mopsus Morman on a leaf in my garden today.
Taken with my Nikon D7100 and Nikon AF 55 D F2.8 macro lens.
Settings are f18, 1/200th, iso100, lighting from onboard flash and homemade diffuser, manual focus, handheld and single shots.

Tangled up in blue

As a fun project while I'm stuck indoors (this time with the flu... UGH.), I find odd pieces of stained glass laying around my wife's workshop and combine them to create different colors/patterns/textures/etc.

This image was made by stacking 2 small pieces of glass and illuminating them from the side using a small flashlight to bring...

Rings and blurry edge issue

I've spent some time playing with photo stacking for macro shots. What I found out is that it gives one an amazing control over the depth of field.

One issue is that some edges are not stacked properly by Photoshop. (aka produces blurry edges). How do you avoid that? (see the zoomed-in version of the multi-layered ring)

What...

A macro experiment

This is a fun macro experiment using small flowers from different weeds in the yard, none more than 1/4" in size.

I read an article recently about a photographer that was creating beautiful macro shots using dandelions, a mirror, and colored water drops. Being restless on a rainy day, I decided to try the technique. What do you think?

Gammarus Locusta at 50x

This is a species of Isopod found in intertidal rock pools, sharing a family with species such as woodlouse. This individual was found in rockpool on Castle Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall, UK. Photographed under a microscope at Brightfield magnified at 50x

Introduction

New to the community. Amateur photographer from San Diego. Recently bought a Tamron AF 180mm f/3.5 Macro after having it on my wishlist forever. When the package arrived I decided to try it out immediately. I grabbed a random quarter out of the change bowl and set up a tripod. Lighting was just a desk lamp draped with a tissue right over the...

Pink Passion

This all started with me buying Pink & White Lillys for my wife and I's anniversary this past week. I took 17 different shots and blended them together in photoshop. This is my first time stacking photos so please be gentle. I would love some feedback if you have any to give. Hope you enjoy.

Monarch Butterfly

I think this is my first good macro shot that was taken out in the wild.
Still having really hard time with the narrow DOF. Not sure fi there is anything that can be done for that when taking photos of life subjects.