Macro Monday…distance macros

Posted: October 26, 2020 in Nature
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The generally preferred method of taking macro photos is with a macro lens, unless you’re carrying a camera with a telephoto lens for bird photos. In that case, the preferred method of taking macros is from about 6′. 🙂 That’s what happens at the Preserve unless I’m taking my photos with my phone. In this case, think telephoto at a distance. Welcome to Monday.

  1. happyface313 says:

    🙂 So pretty, dear Janet!
    Have a very HAPPY week and stay healthy!
    Claudia xo 🙂

  2. peggyjoan42 says:

    Beautiful. I often take Macro shots from 6 to 8 feet away.

  3. Well that worked out very well in the end, then. Nice shots.

  4. aFrankAngle says:

    What a stunning way to start my day. Simply wow. Leave it … I would love to collaborate with you on a walk (My words, your photos).

  5. de Wets Wild says:

    However you went about it, the results are perfect, Janet!

  6. Dan Antion says:

    However you did it, it worked! They are all beautiful, Janet, but the light in that last one is stunning.

  7. Sue says:

    LOVE that last image!

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  9. I love the bee! These are all great close ups, Janet!

  10. So stunning. This is a good reminder that I should really stop to take a closer look when I’m out in the world. There’s so much beauty right in front of us, hidden in plain sight.

    • At the Preserve, it’s all about the birds for most people and I can get caught up in that, too. But I like finding little things that people tend to overlook and trying to highlight their beauty.

  11. All three are beautiful, but the bee is spectacular!

  12. susurrus says:

    Lovely! The bee is really clinging on.

  13. Resa says:

    Fabulous, Janet!

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