Three 60 Five

March 11, 2010

10th Day. Even more macro!

Filed under: 365 — calvinlungphotography @ 22:23

I apologize for more macro but I like how the custom white balance made the light blue instead of white. Shinnnnyyyy.

ISO 100 f/2 1/3

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7 Comments »

  1. There’s no such thing as too much macro…

    Comment by Tracey — March 11, 2010 @ 22:45

  2. There’s a point where technique is overused and the creativity of it is lost. Macro should be used to tell a story instead of being the story. As for trying to think of new ideas for photos, I’m failing my 365 so far. (Mostly because I realized I can’t take a photog class.) Photography is one of those those things where being different is good and causes you to be noticed by others.

    Comment by calvinlungphotography — March 12, 2010 @ 05:48

  3. *agreement*
    My background picture is very similar. It’s shot from the other angle, and it’s my keyboard instead of yours, but looks very much alike (except I edited mine…)

    Comment by Andrew Knauft — March 12, 2010 @ 09:38

  4. I wanna see! I’ve been trying to get more lighting stuff in but since I can’t do people since there’s no one around, that leaves product and that’s not particularly difficult; just use even lighting. Maybe I’ll attempt to do something today.

    Comment by calvinlungphotography — March 12, 2010 @ 09:46

  5. Okay, I’ll agree with the telling a story part, though I’ll argue that showing the beauty of something by emphasizing small details or something people might not notice can tell a story. It’s saying, “Hey, look at how awesome this is up close!” There are so many little details in the world that go unnoticed, and someone (be it God or a person) put thought into those details. Pointing them out tells that story.

    Comment by Tracey — March 12, 2010 @ 10:21

    • Yea. That’s my problem. Can’t do it well enough. Then again, if I could, I wouldn’t have to go to school anymore. 😀 Most guys want to be a pro [Insert sport here] player. Me? I want to be a photographer.

      Comment by calvinlungphotography — March 12, 2010 @ 18:16

  6. Mhmm. Interesting. Apparently reply and leave a comment are two different things. Must make a note of that.

    Comment by calvinlungphotography — March 12, 2010 @ 18:18


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