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Macro DropletsDefinitely one of my favorite subjects for Macro photography and probably the best one to start taking Macros. There are a lot of good pictures of drops, some are of drops over the grass after a rainy day, some prefer to place a drop with a syringe over a feather or any other object and, finally some prefer to make some drops collide in the air to take great water splashes. An important thing to have in mind is that working with water and electronic equipment is a bit dangerous, specially for your camera and lenses.
Macro HumanMacro Human photography are "Photographs that capture features of a human being on a macro level, for example, a single human eye, lips, etc." This is how DeviantART describes this gallery, though also a part of a person' skin or a close-up of a fingerprint are good examples. Probably it is the less used category of Macro, but it has some amazing pieces of art:
Macro ObjectsAny object at home might be a perfect subject for Macro-photography. If you look very close to them, you will find interesting patterns and textures, you'll never see your things the same way. Everything from a ballpen to the button of a shirt or a burning wick of a candle or a match head will make fantastic pieces of art from a macro point of view.
Macro Spotlight Vol. 108MarcosRodriguez's
Light Hunters Feature #75Enjoy some of the recent additions to our gallery
15th DD suggestion accepted and a thank youThis week Kaz-D and myself have posted a series of blogs related to Macro-Photography, you can check all the articles here.
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