Macro Photographer

A member of the Syracuse Photographer Association lines up a macro shot of a flower during the meetup at SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry in Syracuse, New York.

A member of the Syracuse Photographer Association lines up a macro shot of a flower during the meetup at SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry in Syracuse, New York.

This shows a member of the Syracuse Photographer Association at SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry in one of the Illick Hall Greenhouses getting ready to photograph a flower.  Notice the use of a set of extension tubes before the zoom lens to create a close up photo of stunning clarity.  Click here to see the result.

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13 Responses to Macro Photographer

  1. burstmode says:

    I would like to see the image at 16×20. I like the expression of concentration you captured. Shooting flower macros is one of the few things that relax me. Although not outwardly fidgety (well, not too fidgety), my mind is a very restless place.

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  2. Robin says:

    I now have a good case of camera and lens envy… 😉

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  3. Nice portrait, although I think you focused more on the lens than the photographer.
    I like to get the photographers in action, too.

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  4. Nye says:

    Scott, I see all those little red dots on his lens, how many extension tubes did he use?

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