Hummingbird refracted in a water droplet – fun with macro photography!
Water droplet refraction photography using a purple daisy, a macro lens, focus-stacking, and some imagination
Macro photography of a purple salvia with an image of a nectaring Ruby-throated Hummingbird refracted in water droplets
I had some free time while Rich watched the Super Bowl. As much as I’ve tried to learn to like sports, it just hasn’t worked. So I’m afraid the Super Bowl was accentuated with my squeals of joy as I executed a photographic vision in my macro “studio.” This was the picture I envisioned. I […]
Flower macro photography can bring its surprises – like this stowaway spider!
An Earth Day image showing our planet refracted in a water droplet
Happy Valentine’s Day! This macro shot of an azalea combines flowers, water, and some filter effects that reminded me of a heart. Perfect for sharing on Valentine’s Day!
My macro lens helped me explore a hibiscus flower up close
Another rainy day, another afternoon of macro photography fun with flowers and water droplets.
Rainy weekends are good for water droplet macro photography. All you need is a macro lens, water mister and patience!
Clouds kept me inside for some fun with flowers and water. Water droplets, refractions, flowers, RainX, and focus stacking experiments!
I’ve been reading the book Understanding Flash Photography, by Bryan Peterson. In nature photography I often use my flash coupled with a Better Beamer to add fill light to my bird images. But I want to learn more about using flash indoors, in more “normal” scenarios. One of the ideas in the book is to […]