Welcome to Macro Monday – Volume 6. Today I want to share my favorite macro image that I have shot to-date. It symbolizes what I feel when I shoot macro – serenity. The swing of the the main peddle in focus and the water droplet means peace. It also helps that I was successful back-lighting the carnation.
Settings: SS 1/250 – f6.3 – ISO 1,000 – Tamron Macro Lens
To see macro work please visit my friend/teach, Tiffany Kelly at Tiffany Kelly Photography.
Thank you for stopping by today. Until next time – keep smiling 🙂 .
This week’s shot is actually my first true macro shot that I took during “The Art of Marco Photography” workshop with Tiffany. It is still a little raw, but it was the beginning to my new passion within the photography genres. So here is my shot for our Blog Circle Macro Monday – Mini Gerbera:
Settings: SS – 1/100, f10, ISO 2500, Tamron Macro Lens
To find more beautiful macro work, please visit my photography friend and teacher, Tiffany Kelly at Tiffany Kelly Photography.
Thank you for stopping by today. Until next time…keep smiling 🙂
Macro has become my sanity check. I honestly have completely falling in love with macro photography. This week I am sharing an older shot for Macro Monday. It is still very warm here, and I don’t have many opportunities to shoot outside. I guess I have to start shooting inside to get my macro fix :).
Settings: SS – 1/320, ISO 640, f14, Tamron 90mm macro
Also, in the month of August, Tiffany is running the next The Art of Macro Workshop. And guess what?!? Yours truly will be (for the first time ever) be an Alumni helper for a class on CM. I am beyond excited!!!
To see more macro photography, please visit my friend and fellow macro photographer, Jessica at The Gaggle Photography.
Thank you for stopping by today – until next time, keep smiling 🙂