Monday, May 4, 2015

Themed Macro ~ It's All About The Natural Light

"Think about your composition and how you can incorporate
 the natural light into it. Look at how the available light falls on
 or enhances an aspect of your subject before you hit that shutter button". 
Being so short of time this week, sadly I didn't
have much time to experiment with our theme,
 "It's all about the natural light", as I would have liked.
When taking this shot, above, I was mainly thinking of catching
the contrast of the morning light and shadows it creates,
and not what the light enhances.
I think I may have captured the intent of this exercise
a little better in this shot (tip of a miniature garden sculpture).
I really like the background the early morning light created here.
And once again in black and white. 
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Flickr's Macro Mondays (here)
And I'm sharing these macro photos with these Macro groups:
 "Macro Monday 2" a Monday photo gallery (here),
and a Sunday photo gallery called "i heart macro" (here).
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“In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.” – Aaron Rose 
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Happy Click'n!

8 comments:

  1. that first shot is beautiful and it is all about the light. perfect... light is everything in photos

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  2. The lavender on white is just exquisite. Such a lovely picture!!

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  3. That blossom is gorgeous, wow! Thanks so much for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro ♥

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  4. first time here. your photography is absolutely stunning!
    dropping by via sandra mad snapper's to say hi.

    happy weekend~

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  5. I added you. First time here.

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