Jumping spider on a DVD reading my data! Shot with a Canon 20D with a Canon MP-E macro lens.” The photo is taken by Coder
The Lupines at SunsetSo here is a cool thing about this photo that one might not guess. This was taken with a Sony NEX-7 and the kit lens! Yes, the kit lens.This was shot on Baker Beach in San Francisco one evening when I was exploring…. I was double-fisting it with two cameras… and I saw this quick scene so I went for this experimental shot.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the entire post at the Stuck in Customs blog.
“A close-up shot of a Tokay Gecko. Their eyes remind me of old-fashioned keyholes. Thanks for looking!” The photo is taken by Alan M.
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Milky Dip from Edible Vistas by Eszter Burghardt: Landscapes made with food and then shot with a macro lens.
SMITHSONIANMAG: PHOTO OF THE DAY: A DANDELION, PHOTOGRAPHED WITH A MACRO LENS
Eyes of a Female Jumping Spider by Thomas Shahan: Equally amazing are the spider's eyes and the unbelievable shot of a 5mm Maevia Inclemens
Touched by the Light Image Credit : Janusz Leszczynski Photo was taken on October 6, 2010 in Arch Cape, Oregon, US, using a Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
New York Harbor in the evening. This shot was taken from the Staten Island Ferry. Photo by A. Starrs Freedman
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Canon EOS 70D 20.2 MP Digital SLR Camera with Dual Pixel CMOS AF Full HD 1080p Video and EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens with Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS Image Stabilizer Telephoto Zoom Lens + .43x High Definition Wide Angle Lens With Macro Attachment + 2.2X High Definition Telephoto Lens Travel Kit + 64 GB Storage + 72
WATCH THIS: Directed and produced by Susie Sie in conjunction with CypherAudio, this short clip titled Cymatics shows what happens when when lycopodium powder (a highly flammable substance composed of clubmoss spores) sits on top of a vibrating stereo speaker. Shot at various angles with a 100mm macro lens it’s easy to mistake the footage for something digital