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Here's a photo/composition of drinking straws put together and captured with a macro lens. They do look differently than with the naked eye, don't they. If you…

Over the last week torrential rain hit Zadar and the surrounding towns in the Adriatic, pouring down 200 litres per square metre which left many people…

Here is another in the series of Macro Monday events. I am inviting all fellow photo bloggers to share their macro images with me. They can be abstract or not,…

I need a little push to continue photographing and posting. That's why I decided to start weekly "Macro Monday" event to make myself publish one macro photo a…

I happened to be in Newcastle upon Tyne on an important date for Britain, and was very happy to capture some of the celebratory atmosphere in the streets. As…

♬ David Arkenstone - Water Garden ♬ This image comes from Croatian National Park – Plitvice Lakes. If you want to visit it, just follow the snake. 

These three cherries are made of alabaster; different colouring was obtained during the shooting process. Possibilities when shooting glass or similar…

Sometimes I have trouble deciding which edit I prefer. Is it colour or black and white? The thing I like about black and white edit here is that there is no…

Roberto Cacciapaglia: “I composed “Canone degli Spazi” around essential elements – the harmony of the triads, the melodic repetition and the cycles that follow…

We all want our images to be tack sharp and in focus, but there are situations when we prefer to have some parts of the image in blur i.e. out of focus to…

I normally don't go around shooting people, but sometimes travels give an added interest to the subject matter. Disguised as a common tourist capturing famous…

Have you ever taken a photo of something and then cropped it to add interest, to improve composition or to zoom in on something? I do it often. Here you can see…
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