Sunday, January 30, 2011

Texture: Emily Schulte

The wonderful thing about macro photography is that it makes the viewer focus on the texture and shapes that are in the frame, rather than the subject as a whole.  It is the beauty of not knowing what the subject actually is that makes macro photography so unique.  I hardly ever look this closely at anything I photograph, but after doing so I realized that even a dead weed in my backyard can be captivating and even beautiful.

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