I love photographing details. It allows for so much creative freedom -- much more than when photographing whole subjects.
Here are several details captured on 35mm film. I love how film is readily nostalgic whereas digital photographs have to be edited heavily in order to make them so. I think what that says about digital sensors is that there's plenty of work still to be done to them. Because to me, unless I feel … Continue reading Details on film
Here are a few macro photographs taken around my office a few years back. You'll see a pair of jeans in one of the photographs. I used to love those jeans; they were the most comfortable pair of jeans I ever owned; and they were made by Donna Karan.
You know how you get an urge every once in a while to grab your macro lens and go nuts photographing things? Well, this was one of those evenings when the macro bug bit me. It's stuff I found in our home, way back in 2006. Enjoy!
How often do we find a fallen feather on the ground and we take it for granted? We tend to forget the miracles that occur around us daily, flight being one such grand miracle of life, enabled by a little thing like this. The birds we seldom notice, unless they muck up our freshly washed … Continue reading A fallen feather
We found this tiny little striped bug in South Florida, USA. It had a silken brown cocoon which it dragged behind it. It was a tiny little larva with minuscule legs, and its cocoon had two entrances. It would hide inside, then emerge out of either end to begin moving along. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2t6rNfm0ELM I've never seen … Continue reading The plaster bagworm
We found this strange-looking bug in our garden in Southern Transilvania, Romania. It's about 1 cm in length, with small hairs that grow out of bumps on its back. It's got six legs, and it moves fairly fast. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkWE_T4KV0U I found out, thanks to beansmail, that it's the larva of the asian ladybug, also known … Continue reading The larva of the asian ladybug