This week’s challenge was one of my all time favorites! I loved your creativity and innovative shots. From blooming flowers, to rustic hardware, and everything in between, you truly nailed your macros!
15 Macro Photographs
2.Brandi Bieber – This is a great find! I love the depth of field and your use of rule of thirds.
3. Margaret Young – Another shot on my photography bucket list! I am torn, though. I love that you gave it some space but I am also wondering how it would look if you got even closer. Either way, fantastic shot!
4. Barb Tatum – I love the color in this one! The neutral background really helps the pink buds pop!
5. Tammy Thomas – I really like the rustic feel of this one. I love how you thought outside of the box. Macros don’t have to be just flowers!
6. Colleen Richert – The perspective in this is fantastic. You were able to take a mushroom and make it larger than life. Good job!
7. Sarah Annesley-Verhoog – This is absolutely gorgeous! I love that you changed up the angle giving the flower a totally different perspective.
8. Jillian DesRoches – This is a really interesting shot. It really tells a story. Love the processing as well.
9. Barbara Berg – This photo is such a nice reminder that spring is popping up everywhere! The purple and green really compliment each other.
10. Sharon Jurgens – This is such a sweet photograph! What a precious little nose!
11. Debbie Haggard – Amazing. Everything from the color of the eggs to the depth of field to the composition – amazing.
12. Judy Macedo – This is another great example of exaggerating the size of your subject. And the colors? So rich and bold!
13. Barbara Vincent – This could be a painting. I love the whimsical feel of this photograph.
14. Marcus-Angela Good – I am really loving all of the rustic macros this week! You have some great contrasts and shadowing in this one.
15. Debbie Marker – I really love the depth of field in this one. And, even though, you broke the rule of thirds in this shot, I think it works well. Rules were made to be broken, right?!
Now that you’ve seen them, tell us which photograph is your favorite!
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