macro photography

  1. Deb

    Diffusers for Floral Close-Ups

    Does anyone use flash with diffusers for their macro flowers? Which one do you use/recommend? Thanks!
  2. Pauhana

    First Macro attempt.....advice needed

    Using OM1 and Oly 60 macro with godox flash. Attempt a 6 pic stack. Many, Many, Many failure to stack. This as close as i got and then cut wings off. Been watching quite a few of Vids my Micael Widell since he shoots lot of OM gear. really need to work on my hand holding shots. Day...
  3. Archibald

    Damselfly

    A pretty black/blue damselfly in Costa Rica. Might be Oculate Dancer, Argia oculata.
  4. Archibald

    Leaf-cutter ant

    A leaf-cutter ant clinging to its leaf coupon. It had gotten lost in a blossom of a hibiscus bush.
  5. kyteflyer

    Spiders Show: Spiders

    There seem to be a lot of spider shots in the forum, but no specific thread for same... So here it is for those who like these little guys.
  6. Archibald

    Costa Rica bugs

    Will start with a skipper and a yellow butterfly.
  7. Archibald

    Ant

    An ant with a golden butt. Costa Rica.
  8. Archibald

    Couple of bugs from Ecuador

    Leafhopper, genus Raphirrhinus. Grasshoppers in love
  9. Archibald

    Fly

    A fly with red eyes. Taken with diffused flash.
  10. melanie.ylang

    Compact camera suggestions for macro and general

    Thinking about adding a small compact for daily carry that can take a nice macro wildflower photo. My current EDC is a Fujifilm X30 (2/3" sensor), but my preferred wildflower kit is a Panasonic micro four thirds with macro lens. The Fuji is borderline okay for small wildflowers, but I'd really...
  11. jhawk1000

    Another flower, another bee.

    I hauled out my old and trusty Nikon D2x with the Sigma 180 3.5 macro lens and waited to find a shot of a bee on the flower,
  12. D

    Rose of Sharon

  13. D

    Daylilies

    thanks for looking
  14. D

    Roses

    thanks for looking
  15. D

    Luna Pink Swirl

    Hibiscus
  16. D

    Daylily

    thanks for looking
  17. D

    The Unraveling

    thanks for looking
  18. D

    Pollinators...

    at work, thanks for looking
  19. Jon BEV

    Autumn Yellow,

    I don't know the name of this Autumn flowering shrub 4 meters tall and covered with plowers
  20. Taneli

    Lens Raynox DCR-250 macro converter

    Have had this goodie laying around but not used it much. But suddenly I needed to take some macro photos with my new system, came to think of this and thought it might fit my Nikon Z DX 16-50 lens, and it did! Actually, this is the go-to super macro gadget for Micro Four Thirds because it fits...
  21. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Working theory to combat diffraction of tiny aperture.

    Hello, recently I was thinking of what could help with the diffraction effect from working at f 11, f 16, f 22 and f 32 (very few lenses can close down that much). One solution is working with either manual or automatic focusing rail, which is more or less mandatory for extreme magnifications...
  22. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Looking for cheap light setup for mushrooms.

    Hello, now that autumn is here the mushrooms are starting to spring up and I would like to photograph the. Though I don't have a proper 1:2 or 1:1 macro lens I do have the Tamron zooms that can get very close. But being zoom lenses they do have a very long and large shape to them that will block...
  23. P

    "Side by Side"

  24. AndyMcD

    Three Ages of Daffodil

    Taking inspiration from "Father Ted" I decided to shoot a single daffodil showing its progression. I took five images but I prefer it with these three. All three are 20+ stacks and were taken using a Fuji X-T3 with Fuji 80/2.8 macro with 2xGodox MF-12 flash units mounted to it.
  25. AndyMcD

    Godox MF-12 Flash Units

    I picked up the K2 set of these (so 2x flash units plus the adapter rings, gels etc for them. Here is a quick test picture using them mounted onto the Fuji 80/2.8 lens, I use the XPro trigger to control them. Unit A was at the 1 o' clock position (as viewed from behind the camera) and was at...
  26. buttermaker

    Hummingbird Moth

    I always had fun doing Macro. I need IBIS theses days though.
  27. davect01

    Ships of the Fleet Part Two

    It's been a while. I got this small softbox and had some fun with it with some Star Trek ships laying around https://cameraderie.org/threads/ships-of-the-fleet-star-trek-edition.48768/ Well, I had some time today and broke out some of the Star Wars ships and other stuff. A6400 and 50mm...
  28. albertk

    Tulips withering away

    When such flowers slowly die they metamorphose. 90mm M-macro lens on macro-adapter.
  29. davect01

    Ships of the Fleet (Star Trek Edition)

    So I recently bought this foldable softbox and finally got to mess around with it (thoughts at the end) with some of my Star Trek models. A6000 and 50mm Minolta NCC-1701 NX-01 NCC-1701 D So this was a fun couple of hours. My thoughts and view of the softbox 1-...
  30. drd1135

    Fuji Showcase Fuji XF 50 2.0

    XF 50 on XT20. I also used ACR 9.9 on the RAW files and it did a great job.
  31. davect01

    Shooting the Enterprise

    Bored this morning and started taking pictures of my light up Starship Enterprise. I really need to get a lightbox, but these turned out decent enough using ambient light. A6000 and 50mm Minolta
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