"Macro Art In Nature"

Explorations in the artistic world of macro photography.

Black And White Macro Photography.

No, … still nothing much to say or to write about today.
Seems that this brain of mine is simply tired!

Still, when I do have some time on my hands and I am running about on the internet to look at other photographer’s work, I have noticed that when it comes to macro photography, not many will convert their images over to black and white, … just to see if something becomes different, … something new for them to work with.

These images below were converted rather quickly as an example, not spending a whole lot of time with tones, etc.
Doing this though does help me to look at an existing image in a different kind of way, and maybe to think a little differently while out in the field.
It is something that I would encourage everyone to try on occasion.

** The second image below is a composite of the same image.

© 2006 – Michael Brown
* Copying/downloading of images is prohibited.

© 2006 – Michael Brown
* Copying/downloading of images is prohibited.

© 2006 – Michael Brown
* Copying/downloading of images is prohibited.

© 2005 – Michael Brown
* Copying/downloading of images is prohibited.

© 2006 – Michael Brown
* Copying/downloading of images is prohibited.

© 2006 – Michael Brown
* Copying/downloading of images is prohibited.

Everyone take care, … and have some fun shooting!
Michael

South Carolina

“Macro Art In Nature”

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