Written by timsdd on Thursday, December 30th, 2010 in Extreme Macro Photography.
Enter another pleasant surprise subject, my electric shaver foil. It turned out some really interesting shots!
I was able to use DOF and lighting it differently also afforded me some more opportunities in post (colors).
I had to think a moment about this one, at first I thought it was the cassette again but in fact, it is a prescription bottle…the edge of where the cap would screw on…hard to picture I know.
This looks like wood, I guess in large part due to the color but it’s actually envelopes, the edges of them.
This the plastic portion of a flashlight, more of a directional light actually; has a ‘bendy’ head.
This is a small spiky ball…reminds me of a hairbrush!
This is door edging, weather stripping.
This is a toy, I know that much! I’m pretty sure it’s a plastic slinky.
3 wooden tongue depressors :-)
This was a hard one to give slues to. It’s a glade air fresheners that has died up and cracked.
The pvc primer brush. This one was a disappointment. One of those times where the final product did not equal what you set out to create. I think it’s just the brush itself…it just looks a lot more interesting from a regular point of view instead of a super macro. Oh well. I thought it might be sweet like the SOS pad.
2 lens macro, canon 50mm/1.4, close-up photography, extreme macro, macro photography, reverse ring, Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro Lens, Sigma EM-140 DG TTL Macro Ringlight Flash,specialized macro,brush, shaver foil, plastic, paper, wood