The one in the middle didn’t survive after the photo shoot
M&Ms reflected in a spoon – of course they were eaten after the photo shoot!!
This week we are posting close up/macro photos. This is probably my favorite type of photography. I am always amazed by the little surprises in the photos once they are on the computer – things you don’t see when you take the picture. About a year ago, I invested in a “super” macro lens which brings things even closer. The picture below was taken with that lens and is the center of a poinsettia.
Although you get amazing detail – the lens has a huge learning curve.
The next 2 photos were taken with the traditional macro lens. I loves the detail and colors of the caterpillar and you can also see why pinecones hurt when you step on them.
If you would like to participate in this week’s challenge – you can find the info here – https://annegeephoto.com/2021/01/09/lens-artists-its-a-small-world/
My first SLR – the AE-1.
I started off with this camera in the 80’s then drifted away and used a point and shoots for many years. When the DSLR’s came out my daughter bought one in 2007 and after I played around with it I knew I had to have one. My wonderful husband bought one for me for Christmas that year and I was hooked!!
This week we are to share photos with the letters R and S represented. If you would like to join in you can find the info here – https://ceenphotography.com/2020/11/25/cmmc-november-alphabet-word-that-contain-r-and-s/.
Here is my photo – a Lenten Rose
For this week, I am sharing a flower and an abstract photo. If you would like to join in on this week’s challenge, you can find the info here – https://ceenphotography.com/2020/11/17/cffc-white-or-cream-colors/
If you would like to join this week’s challenge – go here – https://ceenphotography.com/2020/08/04/cffc-anything-to-do-with-trikes-trikes-cycles/
I participate in a theme based macro group on Flickr. This week’s theme is unusual patterns. My husband and I completed 2 puzzles that were each 1000 pieces during the stay at home order. Each piece had it’s own unique shape. This is part of the puzzle called “Dogtown” and it turned out pretty cool!
This week – Cee is a guest host on the Lens-Artist challenge. Also – the topic is the same for her challenge. Here is my entry for the week – a daisy – which is one of my favorite flowers
Our first red pepper from the plant. Taken 08-13-2019 Project 365