Category Archives: Macro
Last weekend I had the luck to visit a beautiful location with Vaia Daldis. Vaia is a great photographer and concept artist and had discovered this place a few days ago. The subject that caught are attention was dragonflies flying all … Continue reading
It’s Christmas ! (Images taken with Sony A7s and Tamron 90mm f/2.8 macro lens). ©2014 Konstantinos Besios. All Rights Reserved.
A few images of insects taken with the Nikon 28-300mm lens. I didn’t have my Tamron 90mm macro with me, so the long telephoto edge of the 28-300 together with the heavy crop ability of the D800E helped me to … Continue reading
Leaving home for a walk or or a short trip, is the way to get some good images, but even when you stay inside, there are also things you can photograph. A macro lens (or a camera with macro mode) … Continue reading
After taking some macro shots with the Fuji X100, I got tempted to shoot some “serious” macro images, employing my heavy artillery, the Nikon D800E with the Tamron 90mm f/2.8 macro lens. I used the Nikon SB-800 flash so that … Continue reading
As I was enjoying a cup of coffee, I noticed a brown leaf on a chair. By closer examination I saw that it was an insect with a great camouflage appearance. I had with me the Fuji X100, so switched … Continue reading
The Fuji X100 remains a fantastic camera and among its other features, it has a great macro mode, which in combination with the very good built in flash (in auto mode) can create very beautiful images. The image quality even … Continue reading
A few images of plants taken with the Fuji X100 using macro mode and the built-in flash. The X100 still remains a wonderful camera for many uses !! (c)2013 Konstantinos Besios. All rights reserved.
A few images form my recent trip with the Tamron 90 macro lens mounted on the D800E. I really like this lens and of course is not suitable only for macro work but a very good 90mm for any kind … Continue reading