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Miniature World Of Frogs By Wil Mijer’s Photography

Miniature World Of Frogs By Wil Mijer’s Photography

Miniature World Of Frogs By Wil Mijer’s Photography

Wil Mijer, lunette de soleil ray ban pas cher nike tn requin pas cher a talented photographer from the Netherlands has a special place in her heart for the tiny world of tropical frogs. Fjallraven Kanken Classic

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Stunning Macro Photographs of Butterfly Wings Taken by Biochemist

Stunning Macro Photographs of Butterfly Wings Taken by Biochemist

Stunning Macro Photographs of Butterfly Wings Taken by Biochemist

The macro and highly magnified photos of butterflies’ wings show the scales that make up the beautiful patterns that we see. Butterflies and moths both belong to the scientific order Lepidoptera (scaly wing). They are symbols of natural beauty, but Linden Gladhill, a biochemist and photographer, has created an amazing set of photographs that introduce us to the natural beauty of butterflies and moths on a higher level not seen by the naked eye.

“I’m completely enchanted by the physical world around me and obsessed by its natural beauty. My career in science has magnified this feeling of awe. For me, photography is a way to capture this physical beauty and to pass this feeling on to others,” he writes on his Flickr account.

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Snowflake Macrophotography by Andrew Osokin

Snowflake Macrophotography by Andrew Osokin

Snowflake Macrophotography by Andrew Osokin

Andrew Osokin, a Russian photographer, is a master of winter macro photography. His photo collection is full of stunning close-up photographs of insects, flowers, snow, and frost. Among his most amazing shots are that of snowflakes that have fallen and are in the process of melting away. The shots are so detailed and so perfectly framed that you can actually see the intricate patterns in shape in this minute objects.

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Explosions in the Sky by Nick Pacione

Explosions in the Sky by Nick Pacione

Explosions in the Sky by Nick Pacione

Dallas-based photographer Nick Pacione has created a wonderful series of macro photographs of fireworks titled “Explosions in the Sky.” It offers a unique view of the chain reactions in a fireworks display, at a macro scale. He camped out below a firework show last 4th of July and captured these awesome shots using a macro lens.

Pacione created the abstract images by using a rack focus technique which alters the focus during his long exposures and transforms the fireworks into abstractions of light and color. Fireworks alone can be beautiful but Pacione’s works are even more. Instead of the typical willow tree-like shapes, the fireworks changed into glass tubes, flowers, and some shapes even resemble the little pointy ends of beetroots.

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Dew Drops by Diens Silver

Dew Drops by Diens Silver

Dew Drops by Diens Silver

Very little is know of macro photographer Diens Silver. We know he’s from Indonesia and that’s about it. But one thing is for sure, he sure has skill in macro photography and capturing tiny details of nature specially the mesmerizing morning dew drops. The pictures he takes speak greatly of his talent.

He has impressive collection of water droplets on lichens and close up photos of insects and butterflies. According to him: “I really love art … so i spend all of my time to create some part of it …. ”

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Ring Photography by Jonathan Roberts

Ring Photography by Jonathan Roberts

Ring Photography by Jonathan Roberts

Ring photography is an important part in every wedding because it captures the beautiful tiny details of these symbols of love. This photo project is a collection of ring shots from different weddings taken by photographer Jonathan Roberts. He has already shot over 300 weddings so far. (wow!)

Roberts used a Macro lens that allowed him to focus down to life size and enable him to shoot clearly even the tiny details. He also used a tripod for steady shots and the Fenix line of pocket flashlights – they are small, easy to carry around and manipulate. And finally, using his imagination. Rings are brilliant and gorgeous. Contrast is the key and focus is not to be missed.

Jonathan Roberts also created the website bluephoto.biz where his photography works can be found.

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