"Macro Art In Nature"

Explorations in the artistic world of macro photography.

Macro Dragonfly Wing – Using Lightbox & 50mm 1.4 Lens In Reverse

“Dragonfly Wing – Abstract”

© 2006 – Michael Brown
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I had originally posted this in the old blog journal, and during the transfer over to WordPress, I must have lost it.
This image was created using the Canon 100mm macro, extension tube, and the Nikkor 50mm 1.4 lens attached in reverse.
I put this dragonfly wing on a old lightbox, which helped to illuminate and somewhat enhance the details found within the wing.
I also used a tripod and macro slider, which is a must for this type of shot.

Thanks for looking gang!

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February 9, 2007 - Posted by | abstract, art, blog, botanical, canon, composition, Digital, dragonfly, DSLR, fauna, Fine Art Nature Photography, flora, flowers, hiking, horticulture, insects, landscapes, life, macro, Macro Photographer, nature, Nature Photographer, outdoors, paintings, Photo Blog, photoblog, photography, photoshop, Wildlife | , , , , ,

7 Comments

  1. Michael, this is art! Your techniques always entertain & inform. You have such a creative approach to macro work, it is amazing. Thanks for sharing what you know with the rest of us.

    Comment by Photo Buffet | February 9, 2007

  2. Michael, that is fantastic! That almost looks like a stained glass window! Great stuff! You make me want to do even more macro stuff! :-)

    Comment by paul | February 9, 2007

  3. Unbelievably beautiful. The colors and contrast combine so well with the pattern of the wing. Amazing!

    Comment by Roberta | February 11, 2007

  4. Thanks guys for the kind comments!

    Comment by macroartinnature | February 11, 2007

  5. Interesting image.

    Thanks….

    Comment by charliebrown8989 | February 12, 2007

  6. Wonderful image!

    Comment by sil63 | February 13, 2007

  7. This is very special, looks like mosaic in a church window. Very creative!

    Comment by Ralf | March 17, 2007


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