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  1. Sparkle2232

    Others Cat's Eye

    Out of all my macro photos, This is the one I'm most proud of! I'm still a beginner, and I have no idea how to use photoshop to edit my photos, though that is something on my new year's resolution! If you have any feedback, Id love to hear it! I apologize for it being slightly off-center, The...
  2. Bihari

    Want critique First 1:2 macro with my Nikkor 28-105mm.

    Fare from perfect rather interesting. What do you think?
  3. Helix_2648

    Your opinion? Just light and colors

    Hi to all fans of mother nature, hope you enjoy this little minimalistic piece of art. Have fun and stay healthy! Jörg
  4. Chavezshutter

    Want critique Gerbera refraction on vine tendril

    Hi, This is a shoot i did about 2 months ago. The tendril is held over a glass bowl with water to create the water reflection in the bottom of the photo. Lighting is applied to the flower only, darkened room. I have edited with a few tricks (like boosting the water reflection). My next step for...
  5. Little-em

    Apple Red apple &reflection

    iPhone 11pro.
  6. Bart the belgian

    Want critique Raindrop

    I need some help. I don't like the background and more specific thé right upper conner. But I can't erase it like I want it to be. What to do ?
  7. Bart the belgian

    Portrait I see you daddy

    My daughters eye. First time eyephotography. Sorry du to a mistake I lost the exiff at this moment. But i'll find it back
  8. Greg Shchepanek

    Wildlife Snail Looking at his Reflection

    Reflection: It appears this snail is looking at his at an Urban Garden, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Panasonic DMC-ZS30 • ƒ/3.3 4.3 mm 1/50 400 Flash (off, did not fire)
  9. Luca85

    Your opinion? Reflected drops

    Another photo today, always with drops ... this time experimenting with reflections! I am increasingly enjoying macro photography, considering that I have had my lens for 5 years ... I have taken more these days than since I bought it :D Regards Luca :)
  10. grphotog641

    Wildlife Frog's eye

    D500 w/ Sigma 105mm f/2.8 macro * f/16, 1/50s, ISO-800. I did a fair bit of processing to pull my reflection out. Processing in Lightroom, NIK, and probably a Topaz tool or two.