I was experimenting with soap and water this week trying to get mesmerizing, psychedelic images. In this short video, I want to share 6 cool macro photos you can recreate by just using simple items and a macro lens (or any lens with extension tubes...;)
I took some really realy close-up footage of my venus flytrap this week. It got some visits from a couple of insects and a "huge" Beetle.
The beetle was really strong, who will emerge victorious?
After encountering billions of fruit flies and larvas in the coffee ground in my kitchen,
I decided to create a different video, inlcuding a couple of cool macro shots, than usual.
It is my first short film and I hope it did not come out too bad;)
have you ever tried to take pictures through waterdrops
or any other kind of fluid? I was experimenting with
water, oil and honey this week trying to get the best shot
possible. Maybe clycerin would have also been an option
(but I had none...^^). I really like the results you can...
Thanky you!:) You can find another video on my youtube channel where I explain the technique a little more in depth. The zoom consists of 4 different images (18mm, 40mm, 70mm, 90mm), zooming from into the next one. (Photography Hacks - Seamless Infinite Zoom Effect)
have you seen the video "Everyday Objects in Macro" of MacroRoom? I have recreated their technique using several Macro photos (90 mm macro lens 1:1) and a rotation table which needs 2 hours for a full rotation. After the rotation stopped I took 3-4 more image with a focal length of...
Do you know the Youtube Channel Macro Room?
I am completely blown away by their work. That's why I tried to recreate the photos they use to create the seamless zoom out effect in their video: Everyday Objects In Macro. I created a short tutorial showing how they
took the images and...