Incredible Macro Images

As most of the macro photographers are going on location to make their images, Jimmy Hoffman, most of the time, works with the insects he grows himself.

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Incredible Macro Images by Jimmy Hoffman
more in Shades Of Color Magazine
Total Priority to the Image & the Photographers

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The Secrets of Bees

Observing a wild nest of honeybees reveals tricks to their survival.
Photographs by Ingo Arndt

Over six months, Arndt shot more than 60,000 pictures, creating a portrait of wild honeybees unlike anything seen before.
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The Secrets of Bees
more in National Geographic Magazine

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ePz Member Angi_Wallace Wins NPS ‘Photographer Of The Year’

Angi photographs a wide range of subjects but is probably best known on-site for her reptile and insect close-ups as well as creative portraits. Here, she tells us how photography became her silver lining whilst living with M.E.

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ePz Member Angi_Wallace Wins NPS ‘Photographer Of The Year’
more details at ePhotozine

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Macro Art

This is a chance to capture the world of plants and gardens on a completely different scale, utilising a unique set of macro photography skills. From the life of tiny insects, to the mesmerising shapes and swirls of flowers, you are encouraged to explore our green planet close-up through macro photography, whilst showcasing the beauty and complexity of nature.

‘Panta Rhei’ by Lizzy Petereit
1st Place
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‘Big Nose’ by Richard Kubica
2nd Place
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‘Vitrail’ by Petar Sabol
3rd Place
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‘Glamourpillar’ by Henrik Spranz
Finalist
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‘Sunset Serenity’ by Henrik Spranz
Highly Commended
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Macro Art
more at International Garden Photographer of the Year

International Garden Photographer of the Year is the world’s premier competition and exhibition specialising in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography.
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Macro Art

The second Photo Project of the IGPOTY calendar is Macro Art. This is a chance to capture the world of plants and gardens on a completely different scale, utilising a unique set of macro photography skills. From the life of tiny insects, to the mesmerising shapes and swirls of flowers, you are encouraged to explore our green planet close-up through macro photography, whilst showcasing the beauty and complexity of nature.

‘Mayflies’ by Petar Sabol – 1st Place
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‘Salad Burnet Flower’ by Ian Gilmour – 2nd Place
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‘Unfurling’ by Ashley Moore – 3rd Place
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‘Jumping Spider’ by Richard Kubica – Finalist
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‘Heaven’ by Petar Sabol – Commended
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Single entry award winners – Competition 12
more at International Garden Photographer of the Year