Here is the result of GR SNAPS Vol. 8.
When you think of macro, it is common to think of approaching the subject closely to take close-up shots, but many of the works submitted this time were not necessarily like that. It was interesting to see diverse interpretations of macro.
When selecting, we were talking like what is this picture? which part is this? And when they became clear, we went ah-ha!
Things you see daily can look very different from a macro perspective. Looking at your photos, we can tell you had fun shooting.
Thank you for posting many images this time again!!
The following 5 works have been selected.
Everything is perfect from the subject, the plant, to the background including the color of the sky and bokeh. This one had the most votes.
A small frog fills the picture. Its loose posture makes you smile. Doesn't it hurt its back?
We are purely impressed with the beauty of snowflakes. It’s not too close, a good macro distance. It’s like a gift from winter.
The bright green catches your eye. The vertical composition is effective to make it look stable.
The classic macro- a spider's web with jewels of morning dew. While the overall dews are in focus, the composition of large and small and the slack of the web is excellent.
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Until next time!