When editing my photographs yesterday I noticed two images, one of the entire flower, and the other, a closeup of the inner part of this flower. To make absolute sure both images were of the same flower, I followed the lines on each photo. Why?
I did not take these photographs consciously with the thought, “OH, I want to show YOU how close I get with my macro”. It wasn’t anything like that. I just was in my zone, happily shooting and it wasn’t until I was in PS looking at my images that I noticed what I am about to show you.
Keep in mind, these are two separate images of the same flower. The only editing done was sharpening and resizing. NO cropping was done on either one. I was in error a few posts back stating that I cropped and sharpened my photos. What I meant was resizing NOT cropping, for I do very little of cropping.
Now for these photos I am about to show. Image number one is of the entire flower. Image number two is of the same flower but shooting an extremely closeup of the inner chamber of the same flower. I am doing this to give YOU an idea how small of an area I sometimes shoot. Amazing? I am amazed. So I know YOU will. ENJOY!!