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Fuji X100s – Macro Photography

Fuji X100s - Macro Photography

I have been shooting leaf since probably as long as I started photography about ten years ago. There is something about leaf that always attracts me to it. Maybe the colors, the textures, patterns, lines, etc.

My 8 year old daughter and I spent some time shooting leaf this afternoon. She used my old Panasonic GF1 and the pancake lens 20mm f/1.7 and I used the Fuji X100s in macro mode. The three images here are my favorites from this afternoon shoot.MORE +

The curve of nature

Mobile photography - The Curve of Nature

Mobile photography of young banana leaf, shot with iPhone 4s using the 645Pro app. Minor post-processing was done on iPhone using the FilterStorm app.

Simple Photography

Subjects for simple photography are everywhere. Go down on your knees. Bring yourself to the same eye-level of the subjects. You will see something good. Just LOOK and SEE. They were both shot with MORE +

After The Rain

Fresh, after the rain. Images of leaves taken after the rain using Panasonic GF1 and 20mm f/1.7 pancake lens. All shot at f/1.7 and ISO 100.MORE +

How Do You Want To Be Remembered?

All these leaves had fallen and died. They are no longer in their glorious color of bright green. They are now brown, torn, curled and soon they will be decomposed. But they are always remembered as the vital plant organ responsible for the process of photosynthesis. The process that produces food for the plant and produces oxygen for us, the human beings. We need oxygen to breathe and to live. They are alwaysMORE +