Showing posts with label macro photography. Show all posts
Showing posts with label macro photography. Show all posts

Friday, August 18, 2017

No Matter The Chaos, We Still Have Flowers

                                 Taken at Kauffman Memorial Gardens yesterday.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Up Close Along The Trail

Below, Red Cup Fungus.  Likes to grow on the woodland floor.  Very tiny; smaller than your pinky nail. 
                         Spider was hiding in the thistle bloom awaiting the unsuspecting bee.

                                                                       Above, Mayapple.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Sunrise Blooms And One Bug

Took a walk down the block to see a wide array of lilies and other blooms and one temporary houseguest in the form of a praying mantis.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

The Earth Laughs In Flowers - Emerson

Short trek for photos... back yard blooms 
Rose and visitor. 
      All taken with the Nikon 70-300mm lens which has remarkable close-focusing capabilities.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Phlox, My Phavorites

                                    Backyard phlox ... the stalk variety... in full summer finery.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

My Favorite Place ( yet again)

 Trying out the new camera.   Last new one was five years ago.  I like to take the new one and do shoots I've done before to see if operationally things have change much.   They haven't... except I have to be much steadier with a higher pixel count.    Kauffman Gardens beckoned today.   It was suppose to be sunny all day but clouds were the norm when I arrived this morning.  

 All shots taken with the Nikon D800.  Closeups were with the Nikon 105mm Macro, wide angles with the Nikon 14-24mm, and medium shots were with the Nikon 70-200mm.  Most all were at ASA 800 to allow for very high shutter speeds as I was hand-holding everything.
Very first picture is multiple images (5) stitched together in Photoshop.

 Love the detail in the new camera.   It has a 36 megapixel, full-sized sensor which means medium format quality in a 35mm body.   It also means it doesn't like camera shake.

 Above, a duck dropped in.... literally.

 Asian Poppy above.