Close Up photography
As I posted a couple of weeks ago, I now have a bellows which allows me to shoot closeups of really small things. This will give you an idea of scale:
This is nowhere near full magnification. This shot has NOT been cropped, that's what my sensor saw.
Same flower, more magnification. This was slightly cropped because there was something ugly at the bottom of the frame.
I also shot the following picture in the light tent at the same time. It's not a "macro" since the flower is quite a bit larger than the frame:
Now that I know how to fold up my light tent, I'm going to use it more!
As you know, I could not attend the Mike Bertelsen moose workshop in Algonquin Park mid-June because of family circumstances. I'm rather sorry I missed it, maybe I'll have another chance in a while. Two of the people who were on that trip sent me pictures yesterday, and with their permission, I'm able to show them to you here.
Without further ado...
These first two outstanding images were captured by Mark Girard
These two fabulous images are by Dennis Phillips.
Basic DSLR Workshops
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