Photo macro

Explore the world of macro photography and capture stunning close-up shots. Discover top ideas to enhance your photography skills and create mesmerizing macro images.
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The term “macro photography” is used to describe photography of small objects at larger than life sizes, usually five times or more. While many folks stick to insects and flowers (understandably!) macro photography can be applied to almost anything. Buttons, fabric, water drops, eyes… you name it! Here, we’ll look at 10 beautiful macro photos:…

Barbara Nuñez
Essence Of Reviere Photography Tips, Photography, Water Photography, Light Photography, Water Drop Photography, Close Up Photography, Micro Photography, Flowers Photography, Texture Photography

When we seek the unknown, we gaze at the stars, imagining all of the wonders they're hiding. But there's a whole universe at our feet, just waiting for explorers. Don Komarechka from Barrie, Ontario, Canada, is one of them. His macro photographic adventures reveal a deeper understanding of how everything works, even the ones we cannot see with our own eyes.

Jan Koch
A wallpaper that brings the intricate details of a flower into macro view Flowers, Flower Images, Abstract Flowers, Flowers Photography, Flower Photography Art, Flower Structure, Flower Artwork, Flower Close Up, Abstract Nature

A wallpaper that brings the intricate details of a flower into macro view #Plant #Lily #Closeup #Flower #Pollen #Macrophotography #Daylily #Pink #Petal #Stamen Download and Prompt at:

Gudboy Yabadabadoo
Abstract Photography, Patchwork, Macro Photography, Art, Diy Photography, Texture Photography, Miniature Photography, Abstract Photography Texture, Photography Sketchbook

Abstract macro photography refers to an image of something that isn't easily recognizable. And macro photographers often achieve such results from everyday objects! These images exploit the use of patterns and colors. They arrest the eye and invite the viewer to explore the image.

Nuno Gonçalves