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10-06-12, 03:39 PM
So I have recently got into photography, would love some opinions!

One of my first photos.

All of my photos are here:

10-06-12, 04:30 PM
Gorgeous shots!

10-06-12, 05:27 PM
Nanners, you stole the word gorgeous which I was going to use. But that is what these pics are, gorgeous! I do love the light.

10-06-12, 05:28 PM
Hey fellow brit, i think they are awesome Luv Jules

10-06-12, 06:50 PM
Naww, that little fuzzy bee is just adorable and sweet- I love him! I actually want that photo:).

They are all so brilliant- I can't even begin to know how you put so much vibrancy and contrast into them.



10-06-12, 07:26 PM
beautifully done! the bee picture was pretty awesome! they frighten me a little, maybe that's why I see it as so freaking cool :lol:

again, beautiful work. really amazing

10-06-12, 08:08 PM
These are awesome photos!

10-06-12, 08:38 PM
Wow wow! I'm studying photography in school right now... and Those are some very nice shots! Keep up the great work :)

First one I LOOVE

What lens/camera are you using?

10-07-12, 04:47 AM
Thanks guys :) I really appreciate your feedback.

I am using an iPhone with a macro lens and then I apply some filters.

10-09-12, 06:14 AM
Nice macros! The bottom one looks a bit grainy in the background, ISO too high maybe?

10-16-12, 09:00 AM
Very Nice , you have a great eye for comp.

10-16-12, 09:10 AM
gorgeous x

10-23-12, 01:04 PM
How do you use a macro lens with an iPhone???

10-25-12, 01:02 PM
How do you use a macro lens with an iPhone???

The thing with macros is that the lens is what makes the photo work. There may be ways to make an iphone macro-like, but you'll never get a good result with it.

Even with my higher end Canon point-and-shoot (s95 w/ manual controls), I can't capture a good macro shot unless I get really lucky. Sometimes, there is no substitute or a good SLR and a dedicated lens. Fortunately, there are a lot of <$500 cameras now with interchangeable lenses.... on the down side, a good macro lens will likely cost just as much as the camera.

But, imho, an iphone is not going to cut it.

A macro lens works like a low level microscope ( while most camera lenses are designed to work like a telescope. Have you ever tried to look at a bee's wing up close through binoculars? That should give you an idea of what you are asking.

10-25-12, 04:37 PM
Thanks for sharing your beautiful work.

10-27-12, 11:03 AM
Excellent start, well worth pursuing further. I have found good advice on the camera and film mfg sites. Still carry a little booklet from Kodak in the camera bag, and it is good to read, for remembering basics. I am strictly a hobbyist, no photoshop or filtering, but have had pics published in a major newspaper, and in trade pubs. It is really neat when that happens.

11-05-12, 05:17 AM
Great shot:)
Thanx for such lovely pictures! Loved them:)