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Had a hard time coming up with an idea for today. In those situations I usually rely on macro to pull me through.
There is something mysterious about macro photography. It has this alluring, mystical, and magical effect on me.
If all else fails: macro!
I saw a photo a while back of a photographer who shot Macros of flowers and used a spray bottle to make them look like early morning dew had formed on the petals and stems. So I thought I could do something similar but with an object…
However, I wanted to make it *really* interesting, so I looked around the room…
I found a stack of CDs, and thought “perfect!”
I wanted to create something that almost boggles the mind. Something you could stare at for hours and still find something interesting in the smallest detail.
Completely open to your own interpretation and imagination.
I am happy with the way this photo turned out -that does not happen very often.
You can find the HTWM/Before & After here:
Canon 100mm f/2.8 L @ 100mm @ f/6.3
Natural light + Aimed continuous 150w flood light (bottom left)
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