Tag: macro

New Podcast Episode – Interview with Mike Moats

New Podcast Episode – Interview with Mike Moats

We released our latest podcast episode on We Talk Photo.  In this episode we interview Mike Moats who is an incredible macro and close-up photographer. Mike Moats is an international award-winning, professional macro photographer from Sterling Heights, Michigan. Mike’s love of photography, which started out as a hobby in 2001, has since evolved into a … Continue reading New Podcast Episode – Interview with Mike Moats

Spring Photography – Tulips

Spring Photography – Tulips

Spring has sprung here in Oregon. YAY!  I gotta admit, I have grown tired of the grey and wet weather (but hey, that's what makes this place so green!)We are fortunate in this area to have some amazing flower farms that provides a huge variety of color, texture and pattern to shoot throughout the year. … Continue reading Spring Photography – Tulips

Fuji GFX 50s & 120mm Macro Shots

Fuji GFX 50s & 120mm Macro Shots

A couple of days ago I taught a small class on "close-up" photography and I brought in my Fujifilm 50s and 120mm macro lens to shoot with. I don't call what I do "macro" because that implies 1:1 magnification and a bunch of other stuff.  I have always preferred the term "close-up" photography so I … Continue reading Fuji GFX 50s & 120mm Macro Shots

Nikon Diopter – Old School – On a Fuji Camera

Nikon Diopter – Old School – On a Fuji Camera

I do enjoy macro and close up photography work.  There is a whole world to be explored and many stories to tell in the smallest of details all around us.  Regardless of camera system I have had, I've always had at least one macro lens to capture the intimate details of the natural world. As … Continue reading Nikon Diopter – Old School – On a Fuji Camera

Fuji 60mm Macro Lens

Fuji 60mm Macro Lens

Just a little post tonight as I finished processing one of the images below and just had to share 🙂 I developed a fondness for shooting close-up images with my Canon 5DkII and 100mm macro lens.  I don't shoot true macro, 1:1, but instead shoot more close up or intimate nature shots. When I switched … Continue reading Fuji 60mm Macro Lens