MICRO MACRO PHOTO – MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY AND HIGH SPEED PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIO BY OSCAR BLANCO

MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY

Jumping Spiders, Mantis, Dragonflies, Robber Flies, Weevils, Beetles, Bees, Wasps, Scorpions, and all kinds of Arthropods. As well as High-Speed liquid photography. Everything by yours truly: Oscar Blanco.


FREE STUFF!
FREE STUFF!

Make sure to visit "TOOLS & STUFF" in my Design Website MULTIPROCR.COM under the ABOUT menu item, to visit my BLOG, where you will find things like a Project Budget Calculator automated form, as well as resources to download (3d models, cliparts, etc).

Oscar Blanco.
Heredia, Costa Rica
OscarMultipro (Skype)
I would love it if you stop by to say "hi", or "thanks" (if you have use for any of the free stuff), or simply follow me on my Social Media platforms.
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How to Create a Macro Diffuser for free. Cómo crear un difusor para Macro de gratis. DIY

Un DIY (Do it Yourself) de cómo crear un difusor para fotografía Macro de gratis.This is DIY on how to...
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This page is about sharing a passion. A love for the beautifully small. Seeing a world that is not available to the naked human eye, and sharing that with others. It's about the prospect of speaking, sharing and learning with and from our peers. An unique opportunity to communicate directly with other individuals who also have been "bitten by the bug" of Macro Photography, mostly about little critters. It can be a lonely journey, where most of the people around you just don't get why you are so fascinated by things that can just simply be squashed out of the way. So having the fortune of finding like spirits and minds who are as exited about it as you, is very valuable indeed. One of the reasons why we love doing macro, is that is shows hidden worlds to our eyes, there are few places on earth at a larger scale that are still a mistery, that still have magical discovery associated with them. Macro offers this, because the very small is always ignored by our quick living minds and eyes, because we don't have the time or keen sight to see it in all it's glory. Each photo is a discovery, something we always want to share with others. Share the magic. SHARING our work and our knowledge, can not only help improve our own understanding of technique and the art behind the lens. But it can also enrich our soul and our lifes with the chance to have friends all around the world, who speak back to you in MACRO, a rare language, a special code. Thanks to all who join this page, the ones who make that happen!
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Macro Photo
Indian walking sticks can stay still, pop off a branch and even clone themselves in a surprising variety of colors to stay hidden in plain sight from predators.
Macro Photo
Deep Look • PBS
Indian walking sticks can stay still, pop off a branch and even clone themselves in a surprising variety of colors to stay hidden in plain sight from predators.
Macro Photo
Macro Photo
Not all roaches are filthy. The Madagascar hissing cockroach actually makes a pretty sweet pet, thanks to the hungry mites that serve as its cleaning crew.
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Deep Look • PBS
Not all roaches are filthy. The Madagascar hissing cockroach actually makes a pretty sweet pet, thanks to the hungry mites that serve as its cleaning crew.
Macro Photo
Macro Photo
Cape sundews are carnivorous plants that grow in bogs, where they don't have access to many nutrients. So they exude sweet, shimmering droplets from their tentacles to lure in unsuspecting insects. Once their prey is hopelessly stuck, they wrap it up and dissolve it for a tasty meal.
Macro Photo
Deep Look • PBS
Cape sundews are carnivorous plants that grow in bogs, where they don't have access to many nutrients. So they exude sweet, shimmering droplets from their tentacles to lure in unsuspecting insects. Once their prey is hopelessly stuck, they wrap it up and dissolve it for a tasty meal.
Macro Photo
Macro Photo
Happy #WomenInScience Day! Learn about the Demodex mites living on your face with entomologist Michelle Trautwein of California Academy of Sciences. These tiny arachnids feast on sebum, the greasy oil in your pores.
Macro Photo
Deep Look • PBS
Happy #WomenInScience Day! Learn about the Demodex mites living on your face with entomologist Michelle Trautwein of California Academy of Sciences. These tiny arachnids feast on sebum, the greasy oil in your pores.
Macro Photo
Macro Photo
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