Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Macro (Native Milkweed)


Lens and Pens by Sally

10 November 2014

Lens:

2. Native Milkweed Seedpods, Seeds and Silky Threads; Copyright © 2014 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved/Lens and Pens by Sally 1. Native Milkweed Seedpods and Silky Threads; Copyright © 2014 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved/Lens and Pens by Sally

1. Native Milkweed Seedpods, Seeds and Silky Threads; Copyright © 2014 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved/Lens and Pens by Sally 2. Native Milkweed Seedpods, Seeds and Silky Threads; Copyright © 2014 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved/Lens and Pens by Sally

Let me know which you prefer and why.

Pens:

Macro photography is naturally arduous at best. And it becomes an even greater task with a Smartphone. Frequently, it can take more than one photo shoot to retrieve a few images that pass my scrutiny for a decent shot to exhibit on my blog.

On the occasion of a macro shoot, I am reminded that close-up photography lends itself to a number of specific tips. In the past I’ve mentioned the importance of ignoring the zoom feature, and moving as near to your subject without the image becoming out of focus. Another major consideration is lighting…

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2 thoughts on “Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Macro (Native Milkweed)

  1. I want to express my appreciation for the “reblog.” It’s marvelous that you and I share this curiosity and determination to delve into the world of iPhoneography and all its possibilities. The iPhone proves that it’s not the gear that produces an image worthy of attention. There is so much to explore and learn about these devices, and your blog is certainly a source of information and inspiration.

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