Water Drops Macro

Posted by on Oct 15, 2012 in Blog, Macro | 0 comments

Water Drops Macro by Julie Peterson Over the weekend in Ashton, Idaho I practiced taking macro photos. This set is Water Drops Macro. I used one extension tube size 31MM. Caryn Esplin had a machine that timed the drops with the trigger in my camera. I was able to chose the time and speed I wanted the water to drop. The background is color paper that is reflecting into the water from the external flash. I also experimented and added food coloring to the water to get the read water drops. I brought the images into bridge for a little color enhancing. This is what I love about macro they come...

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Still Life Macro

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Still Life Macro by Julie Peterson Over the weekend in Ashton, Idaho I practiced taking macro photos. This set is Still Life Macro. I used one extension tube size 31MM. I had Caryn Esplin’s Mom’s jewelry that she allowed me to use. I arrange them and set up my composition for each shot. I used my continuous light with a purple filter to get the glint of purple in each image. I brought the images into bridge for a little color enhancing. This is what I love about macro they come out of the camera print ready. Photography and Edits done by Julie Peterson. Images owned by JP...

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Flower Macro

Posted by on Oct 15, 2012 in Blog, Macro | 1 comment

Flora Macro By Julie Peterson Over the weekend in Ashton, Idaho I practiced taking macro photos. This set is Flora Macro. I used all three of my extension tube. Caryn Esplin had a beautiful vase full of flowers and a mist bottle. I sprayed the flowers with water. I had an external flash with a trigger on my camera. I was able to capture so many beautiful photos. The following are my favorite. I brought the images into bridge for a little color enhancing. This is what I love about macro they come out of the camera print ready. Photography and Edits done by Julie Peterson. Images owned by JP...

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Ink Drop Macro

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Ink Drop Macro by Julie Peterson Over the weekend in Ashton, Idaho I practiced taking macro photos.  This set is Ink Drops.  I used one extension tube size 31MM.  I had a glass full of water I then focused on a spoon.  I had my focus in manual mode, I wanted complete control of my focus.  I zoomed in a little to improve the feel of Macro.  I then added in some food coloring.  As you can see from my images I enjoyed playing with color.  The was so much fun and I was able to capture some fun artistic lines.  I brought the images into bridge for a little color enhancing.  This is what...

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Macro

Posted by on Aug 7, 2012 in Blog, Macro, Places, Rexburg, ID | Comments Off

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Macro Abstract

Posted by on May 31, 2011 in Bannack, MT, Blending, Blog, Macro, Photoshop, Spring 2011 | 0 comments

I shot these photos in Macro Mode. I then adjusted the Original image using and Adjustment Layer Levels. Then I placed the Texture image on top of the Original and lower the opacity. After I lowered the opacity I applied a mask on the Texture image and removed the texture from the bottle and the hat and then lower the opacity even more on other areas of the background. Long Day Original Date: 5-25-2011; Bannack, Montana; F-Stop: 5.6; Shutter Speed: 1/125; Focal Length: 53.0  mm; Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i Texture Date: 5-25-2011; Bannack, Montana; F-Stop: 5.0; Shutter...

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