The weekly #Sunday Stills photo theme is all about Macro; In my line of work, back in the day, I could write quite the complex macro!
Outside of computer languages, macro is simply large or general area being described versus something specific. In photography, it’s almost a backwards view (IMHO). You use a macro lens to get really close to smaller objects. So why wouldn’t it be micro photography! We’re taking pictures of small to really tiny objects. Humm.
Below are a selection of close ups taken over time with both an older cell phone and my current yet old Sony.
From my old cell phone:
Spring 2022 around the Homestead with my Sony NEX:
From my recent travels (Summer 2022) on my Sony NEX:
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What a lovely set of micro macros, Cheryl. Love your definition version of macro, LOL! Your cell images look pretty clear and sharp, hard to tell the difference really. I’m a sucker for those gorgeous sunflowers! I’m currently in Portland, I hope you have a wonderful week!
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I always thought the macro/micro designations were confusing too. Whatever they are called, some subjects just invite your camara to get close.
Ah yes…that’s a good way to think about it too. They can just draw you in.