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This image was taken by Canon EOS 1000d entry level with a kit lens EF18-55mm lens while travelling in W.A Perth . Miss this wonderful place for it beautiful raw seascape n the incredible dramatic skyline hardly seen here in Singapore ...??? why ?? I can never figure out what wrong with our god showering lesser blessing to the photographers here in Singapore ....

Polistes dominula


No filters or special processing were used to produce the Sun flairs. They are a natural trait of the Sony 90mm f2.8 Macro lens.

Bombus impatiens



Macro Mondays Theme "Black&White" (Feb '17)

Neurothemis ramburii, ( Female)


This is a macro of a zinnia, and I'm very glad that it didn't have a "visitor" at the moment that It was taken. Macro work is really exiting because as I always say it allows to visit another world, a very tiny one that only us, the photographer are allowed to see! It is also more difficult to do with and without the use of a tripod. I usually use manual focus when I shot macros, but when the day is windy I have to settle for the automatic setting.


If you are thinking of starting macro photography, this is a very good start:


Sometimes photography feels like this song :)


Have a wonderful weekend everyone!




Photography is my passion, and nature photography is my favorite.


I have been in Explore for more that a hundred times, and it is an awesome experience to have your photos showcased in such a special way.


I'm in many groups, and I only add my photos to them if they are not private.


I thank your for coming today, for leaving a comment, and make a favorite of yours this photo, (if that is the case) thanks again!


The best part of this forum is the contacts and friends that I have made over the years, that have the same passion for this art that is called photography!




just another macro:))


will try to catch up, been really really busy:((


hopefully i will be able to go out and shoot landscape soon, haven't been out and now i just have to go out and capture some delicious light:))


tried out a vertorama saturday, and i will not post that one lol, but i sure learned alot:))) lol


anyways hope you like this one??


thanks alot for stopping by and for leaving comments and faves, much appreciated:))


have a wonderful week ahead:))




Made Explore November 27, 2008.........#432

The goldenrod soldier beetle

Chauliognathus pennsylvanicus


Gerbera brotando...uma macro peluda...hehehe...

Shotgun Casing...

Winnipeg, Manitoba



First upload from The Sigma 105mm macro - ive only done a few test shots with the lens but have been blow away by its sharpness and IQ! I had never used a macro lens before yesterday so to find the DOF as shallow as it is will take some getting used to. Will be doing some reading up on Macro work but im enjoying it so far - Think the mrs will be getting more and more flowers coming her way! Thanks for viewing

It’s been a long time since I played with macro. Pretty happy with this.

Macro Mondays group...."just leaves"


Nikon D300

F-stop: f/14

Exposure time: 1/125 sec.

ISO speed: ISO-100

Focal length: 105mm

Max aperture: 3.7

Whereas many weevils seem capable of pootling around with at least some limited agility, this fella was rather slow and cumbersome. He was obviously on a bit of a snooze as he sat quite placidly at the edge of his leaf and wasn't in the mood to move.


The weevils I've seen like to sit on leaves in bushes and they're a relatively common find, ranging from 1-2mm to about 10mm max.


Still, nice illustration of what a set of stacked Raynoxes on a kit lens with a ringflash and a bit of Topaz work in post can do for you. This combo breaks all the conventions but I'm perfectly pleased with it!


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