Author Archives: nmacro
I’m very honored! – My image of jumping spider eyes came in 3rd place in the annual Nikon Small World photomicrography competition. Below: Phidippus audax’s anterior median eyes from a head-on perspective. I’ve been waiting to enter the Nikon Small World … Continue reading
My trip to Belize is only half way through and I’ve already managed to take more than 4500 photos! One of the most biodiverse countries on the planet, Belize is home to a wide variety of insect life. This, combined … Continue reading
I’m very excited to be featured on WeAreSoPhoto’s website! Check out the interview here.
I’ve always been fascinated by insects’ eyes because they contain such a large amount of fine detail and texture. What appear as tiny black specks to the naked eye are in fact immaculate geometric structures. An ant’s eye: Nikon M … Continue reading
After two years of scavenging through the local junkyard and eBay, I’ve finally finished collecting all the components and building my studio rig for high magnification photography. While I was able to shoot at relatively high magnifications before (10x), I … Continue reading