Posts tagged: macro photography

Beautiful Photos of Dandelion Dewdrops Prove You Can Find Magic in Your Own Backyard with an iPhone



While Autum had never owned a ‘real camera’, after she received her first iPhone, she says she was pleased with how good the quality of the photos were and how convenient it was to have around. Then, just over two-and-a-half years ago, Autum saw a macro picture posted on Instagram and noticed it was also taken with an iPhone.

Eyemazing: Macro Photos of Animals’ Eyes

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Under a macro lens, the eye takes on new dimensions of intricate detail reminiscent of surreal landscapes and otherworldly surfaces. In Animal Eyes, Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan’s extreme close-ups offer a glimpse into an unseen reality in the eyes of animals, both domestic and exotic.

Striking Frozen Water ‘Landscapes’ by Heidi Romano

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This work brings together three long-standing photographic interests, or worlds of mine: macro photography, landscapes, and imagination. I am curious about ways in which the slightest shift can seem monumental and how ones imagination might be triggered. How can a mundane event be turned into an extraordinary one? — Heidi Romano

Australian photographer Heidi Romano transforms the minuscule into the monumental with her series Frozen Water. Romano created her frigid universe by documenting the transformation of sheets of ice from her own freezer, allowing the substance to melt, crack, and evolve as it was exposed to natural environments. The results are powerfully dark and deep ethereal landscapes that feel far more profound than their humble beginnings. Each photograph is named for a ship that collided with an iceberg, hinting that even great forces are still made up of a thousand individual pieces. Frozen Water plays on the coexistence of the infinitesimal and the infinite, reminding us that both evolve and grow within each other.

Frozen Water is currently exhibiting at the Edmund Pearce Gallery in Melbourne until October 5th.

Martin Klimek’s ‘Man vs. Nature’ Diptychs

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Martin Klimek is a commercial and editorial photographer based in San Francisco. His personal project Man vs. Nature is a creative exploration of a series of man-made and natural elements through diptychs. We recently had a chat with him about the work.

Grotesque Photographs of Exploding Toys and Figurines

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I know what you’re thinking: you’ve seen this kind of thing before. Perhaps you’re even sick of seeing photographs of exploding objects and food. However, we believe self-described ‘obscure photographer’ Alan Sailer is onto something.

Extraordinarily Detailed Macro Photographs of Textures by Taisuke Koyama

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SANDWICH Textures, an ongoing collaboration between Tokyo-based photographer Taisuke Koyama and artist Kohei Nawa, began in 2010 when Koyama visited Nawa’s studio, SANDWICH, in order to photograph various textures found around the art space.

Surreal Macro Photos of Decaying Vegetables

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Heikki Leis was born in Tartu, Estonia and has lived and worked in the same town for the better part of his life. He has been working as a freelance artist since 2000 and an avid photographer since 2004. These macro photographs of decaying vegetables are from his series, Afterlife.

Macro photos decaying vegetables Heikki-Leis

Macro photos decaying vegetables Heikki-Leis

Photo du jour: Andy Lerner

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Wonderful Machine

Electrifying Ink and Water Macro Photographs by Pery Burge

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Pery Burge is an artist photographing ink, glass and natural objects with a macro lens. Using nature as her inspiration, Burge’s process involves using a Canon EOS 500D digital camera with EF100mm F2.8 macro lens to photograph ink flowing through water.

macro ink water pery burge photography

macro ink water pery burge photography

Photo du jour: Hannah Whitaker

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