iPhoneography Challenge: Macro Photography

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A spider web in my garden not edited, if memory serves me, I took this last year

and a vine that I just took a photo of last week, edited with Snapseed

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Have a visit with Lens and Pens by Sally for more macro photography

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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20 Responses to iPhoneography Challenge: Macro Photography

  1. Jaclyn Anne says:

    Amazing web shot!

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  2. Wonderful macro images.

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  3. Madhu says:

    That spider web is amazing! Didn’t even know the Iphone had a Macro feature!!

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  4. Rosemarie says:

    More lovely photos. Thanks for liking my little post about Swiss geography.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks Rosemarie. Your Swiss geography caught my fancy because went I went to Italy in 2001, the first amazing thing I saw was from the plane as we flew over the alps prior to our landing in Bologna. Beautiful sight!

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  5. lensandpensbysally says:

    Really enjoyed your images, especially the last one.

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  6. E.C. says:

    Gorgeous spider web, like old lace. The vine puts in mind of a sci-fi movie for some reason like a glimpse into another world. Pretty cool. 🙂

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks E.C. I couldn’t believe how the macro shot brought out the intricacies of the web. That vine smells like a sci-fi movie…not a scent I’m fond of 🙂

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  7. ChgoJohn says:

    I’ve got a “5” and your fantastic photos are proof that I need to spend more time practicing with it. Your shots are beautiful, my arachnophobia notwithstanding. )

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks John. I haven’t done any research on the differences between the 4s and 5 camera, but it seems like the 5 would have some updates to it. I started working with mine because for about three months I had no other camera, an Olympus digital I had (and loved) died, and I couldn’t decide what I wanted. In the procrastination, I started using the iPhone camera.
      Yeah, if the spider had made an appearance when I took that shot, the photo would have been very blurred from my jumping back.

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  8. That spider’s web looks as if it’s been out in the rain – all tattered like an old woman’s hat net! And jasmine – spring’s definitely with you then! Those new iPhones – really, each time you post I’m impressed. It’s enough to make a girl decide to bite the bullet and shell out for the latest model! 🙂

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