Thursday, June 17, 2010

miscellaneous macro

Have any of you played around with macro photography? I took the following pictures a few years ago, never got around to blogging them, and just discovered them tonight again! [smile]
the 'big' picture from which I zoomed in on the following items:


A few other random shots:



13 comments:

Linda said...

Those are cool shots. My son even commented on them. I may have to try some with my little camera.

Hannah said...

Lovely pics! Great job!

I just signed up yesterday for sb and then I noticed you use it too! How do you find swagcodes?

Sarah said...

Wow Bethany! Very neat pictures!

Sarah

Samantha R. said...

I LOVE macro and my speciality is flowers. What camera do you have? I just bought a Rebel Xsi and am thrilled to have it in my hands next week ;)
You do beautiful work, by the way. I really enjoyed the macro shots.

Corina Miller said...

i lovvvve close ups. a few weeks ago i took some pictures of a magnolia flower with my macro filters..

JoyfulJewels4Jesus said...

Wow! What beautiful photos, Bethany! I love to play around a bit more with my macro setting. I usually just take a closer-up photo, but I am excited to try it with macro!

Joyfully in Jesus,
Elizabeth

Erin said...

I will have to try doing that :)

Lily said...

WOW--you have an amazing camera, Bethany! Wonderful photography! I hope to be as great at that as you are someday!!

Charity U said...

Oh! That last picture not only had my name, but also part of my favorite verse! I know, that makes me sound terribly stuck up. (-; I love taking macro shots with my camera. Mine won't get quite that close, but it's still cool. I really enjoyed getting to know Elizabeth and Hannah in particular during the beginning of CYIA this year. I got to room with Elizabeth. It was a lot of fun! Please tell them hi from me. (-;

Coeur d'Court said...

I love how the subjects were mostly sewing related. ;)

Chantel said...

I love doing macros! :)

Becca said...

These are neat!
I especially love the danilion.

Heidi said...

I absolutely love those shots! Hopefully I can do the same thing someday. Right now my pictures get too fuzzy at that depth and don't have the clarity I see in your photos.
Heidi, KS