"Macro Art In Nature"

Explorations in the artistic world of macro photography.

Exploring Your Nature Photography With Digital Painting!

Painting in the system many times will help me to relax, to think, to explore those thoughts of what could be.
I can use the Wacom tablet, kick back and relax while playing with a existing image on the screen, drink a Corona, … and simply to find myself entering another world.
It even helps me with my photography while out in the field!

The first rendering is of a dragonfly that I photographed from a perch that I placed on the back porch/patio of the house.
Under that, you can see the original.
Wacom tablet, Photoshop CS, Painter, Studio Artist 3.0.

“Blue Dasher” Dragonfly – Rendering
© 2005 – Michael Brown
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“Blue Dasher” Dragonfly
© 2005 – Michael Brown
* Copying/downloading of images is prohibited.

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The image below is another rendering created from a photograph, using the Wacom tablet, Photoshop CS, Painter, and Studio Artist 3.0.

“Flower” – Rendering
© 2005 – Michael Brown
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I always encourage everyone to play while out in the field, to experiment, to have some fun.
But there are many times where simply sitting in front of the computer and playing around can benefit you as well.

Thanks gang for looking!
Mike

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