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Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Macro

In response to this weeks challenge by “Lensandpensbysally”, macro photography with a Non-SLR digital device; I have used my iPhone to take the following shot.  I don’t have any additional lenses for my iPhone so this was the closest I could get without loosing focus.

I used Snapseed to add the frame and make minor adjustments to exposure.

Rose

I don’t have a Peony so hopefully a Rose will do

This rose is part of a bouquet that my husband bought for me the other day.  I hate the whole concept of Valentines Day so I get surprised with flowers randomly throughout the year 🙂  They mean so much more to me because I know he bought them because he wants to, and not because he feels he has to.

Thankyou for spending the time to read my post, have a wonderful day and please come back soon.

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7 responses »

  1. Welcome, I’m delighted to have you participate in the challenge. Your post processing gives the rose a vintage appeal. Also the composition pulls the viewer into the center. Nicely done. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  2. Pingback: Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Macro (and Peonies) | Lens and Pens by Sally

  3. Claire this is so beaiutiful. Looks like it was taken a long time ago. This you should frame and put it on a table or desk.

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  4. Claire, welcome to the fun. I’m glad you found us. Random gifts of flowers are always wonderful and you captured a beautiful one above. I like the editing as well.

    janet

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