Close up pictures
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Macro photography has become so popular over the last few years! Start taking your own awesome macro images and interesting close ups today with our macro photography ideas!
Close up picture of freshly roasted coffee beans, shallow depth of field.
Barry Design saved to Food Photography Tutorials
Don't know about you guys, but we just love looking at things really close up! So, we are very excited to introduce you to an Armenian physics teacher Suren Manvelyan who used his friends, colleagues and pupils as models to make amazing close-ups of the human eye. He never thought he would see anything like that - when viewed really close up our eyes look like some dramatic surfaces of far and unknown planets. You have to see it!
Shyvette Williams saved to EYES
The joy of being a photographer is being able to capture life in a single image. Our eyes skim very briefly on facets of life, but sometimes we fail to
Jazmin Casing saved to Re-Seeing Things
♥️♥️ saved to مرات الحفظ السريع
Is it a bowling ball? A head of cabbage? A marble?
Sarah Clark saved to image reference
"KÜFÜR VE YETİŞKİN UNSUR İÇERİR!" Nadide ŞAN. İsmi gibi kırılgan bir çiçek... Sessiz, temiz, masum ve narin... Her şeyden habersizce ona biçilmiş cezayı çekiyordu. Günden güne, eriye eriye... Ama unutmamak gerekirdi ki, 'Ne yaparsa insan, onu yaşardı!' "Bu hayatta başına en çok susarsan iş gelirdi. İçine ata ata, herşeyi yutarsa insan, işte o zaman sonunu kendisi hazır ederdi." *** Seyyid Ali, "Birincisi sana dokunmayacağım ve asla benim kadınım olmayacaksın!" Bunu demesiyle Nadide gözle…
Muhallebi sever saved to •oc• Quetra
Photography is a powerful vehicle for photographers to express themselves, show amazing landscapes, present wonderful cultures, capture difficult situations in our society, or even horrifying wars. Through the lens, we can get an insight into things that we do not normally see and are not available for us. Macro photography…
Tracey Funiciello saved to Snowflakes