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I found this little guy lady in my office… perfect fodder for stock photography, right? :) How’d you like to meet her in a dark alley? Reminds me of SHELOB; oh the tangled webs she weaves. Click on the image to see the high-res version.
When I created this, I thought… “Maybe someone will use this on an album cover or a horror novel cover.”
Someone used it on the cover of a horror novel. :)
Macro shot of beautiful brown eye. This is the actual crop of the image, full-frame. As usual, click on the photo to see a larger version.
I’ve been testing some new lighting ideas and really like this particular style lighting. The white background is actually a translucent material with two strobes firing through it (backlit) and a 60″ octabox in front. This is a sample of one of the test shots for some upcoming images I hope to shoot in the next few days. Click on the image to see the high-resolution version.
Shot this little guy on my deck today using a Canon 100mm f/2.8 lens + 68mm extension tubes. Click on the photo to see a larger version. No sharpening or blurring… straight out of the camera except for post cropping.
Glad you enjoy my photos, little dude! Tell your mom and dad I said “Hello!” Click on the photo to see a larger version.
Macro photo of a hermit crab emerging from the water, peeking over a rock and looking straight into the camera.
Canon 5DMKII – 100mm 2.8 macro lens with 3 extension tubes – f/32, ISO 400, 1/160 sec. – custom white balance. Slight color saturation and small amount of sharpening in post production… otherwise almost tack sharp with true color.
I was taking pictures of my daughter’s hermit crab and she says, “Hey! Nubby is a girl; look at her eyelashes!”. Click on the photo to see the larger version.
Another shot at macro. This is an inch worm at 100mm with extension tubes, f11, ISO 100, 160th sec. Click on the photo to see a higher resolution image. I have to resize these down a bit so they aren’t too large to post. This is full-frame, no cropping, no filters, straight out of the camera with a tiny bit of sharpening.