i heart macro

Brownness seems to have invaded everything now. So today, for my I Heart Macro submission, I’m sharing the brownness with the exception of a couple of things. You’ll see.

P.S. I hope you bring a fantabulous dose of macro color!

P.P.S. I’m ready to graduate and need your .02. What kind of camera do you use? What kind of camera would you recommend?

studio waterstone blog

studio waterstone blog

studio waterstone blog

studio waterstone blog

studio waterstone blog

studio waterstone blog

It’s time for “I Heart Macro” slash “I Heart Close Ups: Up Close Photography for Macro Makers and the Camerologically Challenged”. Join me by blogging your up close/macro picture of the week. Grab the button* to show that you’re participating and link up here.

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*Instructions for grabbing a button*

Copy the code shown above. Go to your blogger and instead of using the “compose” tab, click on the “edit html” tab. Paste the code you’ve just copied. Then switch back to the “compose” tab and you’ll magically see the button! Finish your post, publish and you are done. Easy peasy.

*NOTE* If you’re having trouble linking up, send me your information via the contact button (name, email, link) and I’ll add it for you.

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22 thoughts on “i heart macro

  1. Even brown can be beautiful! I hope the burrs didn't hurt too bad.I graduated from my point and shoot to the Canon Rebel XS because a couple of people recommended it for beginners to DSLR. I love it!

  2. I love the shots you captured – the browns are beautiful, and so is your dog! As far as cameras, I'm just learning and I'm afraid I know nothing about what's best. But I'll look forward to hearing which one you pick!

  3. I love the red leaf! All of our leaves are gone, gone, gone now. I use the Canon Rebel and love it. I also bought the 50mm lens when I got it, and that's a must, I think.

  4. Beautiful photos! I'm still using a point and shoot so I don't have any recommendations about camera upgrades unfortunately. Good luck! I'll link up with my macro photo tomorrow.

  5. love your 'brown' photos too Lori; it is what it is out there. Here is grey and raining. We had a taste of summer in spring, now a taste of winter in summer; crazy weather! Camera details; mine is on my sidebar under profile. I have just ordered and really hoping it will come to fruition, a (now discontinued), 1.7 magnification lens option for the Sony DSC-H1. It's what I took my lunar eclipse photos with…I know there's lots better out there and I might explore more some day. If I can get this lens it will keep me happy for the time being.

  6. Regarding cameras, I use a super zoom or compact zoom by Panasonic Lumix. The model I have is DMC-FZ35 which has been superseded by the DMC-FZ40 which has even better specs at 24x zoom and 14.1 mega pixels. It's considerably cheaper, smaller and lighter than even entry level DSLRs. With no lenses to change it's compact and convenient, although slightly less versatile. I'm reluctant to buy a DSLR as I'm so happy with most everything about my camera. My 7th July post covers this in more detail.

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