Saturday, December 15, 2012

Tomato Leaf Macro Photos

I am going to show you some macro shots of a tomato leaf I ripped off the cherry tomato plant I had growing. I sandwiched the leaf between two pieces of transparencies and some water, using the same method I used with my flower pedal last time. These photos were all taken with the help of a pair of Kenko Extension Tubes.

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Didn't sandwich it perfectly so some air bubbles also got trapped between the plastic.  




I thought the wide screen of the flash made such a unique pattern last time, I wanted to try to recreate the effect. The effect turned out slightly different, but creates a nice pattern in the background. 

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