25 Inspiring Examples of Macro Photography

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Macro photography is the art of capturing extreme close-up subjects and transforming them into breathtaking images. The details and colors that macro photography shows us are amazing and totally inspiring. And that is why today, to close the week with something to please your eyes, we decided to gather examples of beautiful macro photos to show. From frogs to butterflies and other nature elements, these photographies are stunning. Remember to check each photographer’s page, these guys are really talented.

Note: remember that these images are for your inspiration only, not for your usage.

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
nordin seruyan

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
syuwandi lie

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
faddly prayudy

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Arkadiusz Makowski

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
syuwandi lie

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Made Saputra II

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Joni Niemelä

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
nordin seruyan

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
syuwandi lie

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
dkomov

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
AlexWelsh

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Tonicwind

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
mewlo

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
KeldBach

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Nunu Rizani

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Dusan Beno

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Vahid Varasteh

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
René Heylen

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Erwin Astro

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Deviant Mind

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Dusan Beno

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Erwin Astro

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
Christopher Schlaf

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
mathieu irthum

25 Inpiring Examples of Macro Photography
nordin seruyan

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9 Comments

  1. Ricardo Diaz
    June 22, 2012

    Thats very beautiful! But sometimes you have to wonder how long it takes them to get those types of shots.

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  2. Kevin
    June 22, 2012

    Yep, this sure is a quality post! And by quality, I mean lazy as f*ck.

    I literally went to deviantArt and typed in macro, and the above selections come up, almost to a tee.

    Why not try writing an article that would actually take some thought to write? These “showcases” are useless.

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    • WhyKevinWhy
      June 25, 2012

      So share with us one of your quality blog posts Kevin!.. oh wait.. you don’t have one.. but you SURE CAN criticize.. love to see your thoughts in print don’t ya! Either take the post as it is Kevin, or contribute something meaningful (as in a post of images that you’ve found) or STFU. As you say – your posts are ‘useless’ Kevin!

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  3. David Radovanovic
    June 22, 2012

    Very intriguing photos. I wonder what cameras and lenses were used. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Nendra
      August 8, 2012

      They use DSLR for sure and a macro lens, and I guess some of them taken with Canon’s Super Macro lens

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    • Dan Harvell
      April 9, 2014

      Not sure how familiar you are with EXIF data, but usually, if a digital image’s EXIF information is intact, you can tell all sorts of things out, about the image. Information an image’s EXIF information can tell you about can include the make/model of the camera that was used to take the photo, the lens make/model (sometimes), the focal length used, aperture setting, ISO setting, shutter speed, and even what post-processing software was used. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear as though the EXIF information was kept, for the above images, so it’s almost impossible to tell the camera/lens set up, for these images. A shame, really. I agree with you – it would be nice to know!

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  4. aledesign.it – Creative Graphic
    June 23, 2012

    Great selection…even If I don’t like so much the spiders..I hate! But the rest is great! I hope in the future make something like this! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. synlag
    June 24, 2012

    Oh, I love macro, awesome shots!
    Best wishes
    Ron

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  6. Janice Sullivan
    August 22, 2012

    These are amazing!! Thanks for sharing…need some inspiration and definitely got it :)

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