Film #18 – Leaves.
Also from the Zeiss lens. Really liking the F3.5 aperture. Just enough depth of field to separate the subject but keeps the background distinguishable. //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js
Macro Week #14 – Day 6.
Opposite of yesterday’s post. Same branch.
Macro Week #14 – Day 5.
Remains of last year, in April.
Macro Week #9: Day 5.
First day of warmth this winter. Dew Bokeh.
Macro Week #8 – Day 3.
Vines and moss coating a forest tree.
Second part of the workshop was macro filming in a makeshift studio. We collected some insects, spiders, worms, a few snails and even a frog and got to practicing.
Day 7: Sap.
What you see at the right bottom of the berry is not rain or dew. That’s solidified sap. I remember I used to eat cherry sap off the trees as a child… I wasn’t the most normal of children.
Day 2: Stay or Leave.
I was really looking forward to august since weve had a swarm of butterflies around our buddleia bush last year. I checked up on it every other day for a month and thebest I could catch was this… and it’s not even on that plant. Any lepidopterers on here know anything about this years butterfly…
Day 3: Aphid.
Unfortunately artificial lighting but by this point it got quite dark so I wouldn’t be able to snap this in natural light. Reminds me of macro scenes from old documentaries where studios weren’t as elaborate as today and black backgrounds were OK.