June 23, 2014

Macro With Red Background


Macro photography used to mean that images were photographed with a special macro lens that enabled you to keep the subject in focus at close distances. With all the advances in digital photography, many lenses are all-in-one and you can shoot close-up with your regular camera. So now we call just about any close-up picture a macro shot.

The first picture here may not make much sense but I think the next one can be deciphered because it show the edge of the bowl.

Linking to: I Heart Macro
and Macro Monday 2

14 comments:

  1. I like your macro photograph. Well done!

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  2. i figured it was a mixing bowl. :)

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  3. Clever way to do a close-up. :)

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  4. I find myself using macro setting a lot, it is a whole other little world when you get down to that size.

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  5. Nothing like a little puzzle for us bloggers.

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  6. This is a whole new form of art!Frame it.

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  7. It looks like some wonderful abstract. You sure stirred up some interesting macros. ;)

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  8. came back to say congrats on your POTW at hilary's!

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  9. Congratulations on the POTW!

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  10. Congrats on receiving the POTW. Interesting subject... the level of detail is wonderful.

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