Featured Macro Photo

Just launched: This page is a platform to show off your work (the best macro photos) to our audience of photography lovers.

You remain the owner of the photo – you can even watermark it.

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If you would like to submit your photo for this featured photo page, please send a web resolution copy (1000px on the long side) of your image to tycmacro@trainyourcamera.com.

June 2017, Week 4: Yuri Levchenko

TrainYourCamera Featured Macro Photo Yuri

Photo © Yuri Levchenko


Tulip Macro

June 2017, Week 3: Yuri Levchenko

TYC Macro Featured Photo Yuri Levchenko

Photo © Yuri Levchenko


Yellow flower up close

June 2017, Week 2: Bruce Guenter

TrainYourCamera Featured Macro Photo Bruce Guenter

Photo © Bruce Guenter

Camera: Sony SLT-A57

Camera Lens: 100mm

ISO: 160
F/stop: f/4
Shutter: 1/100 sec


Shot in manual focus with focus peaking feature.

June 2017, Week 1: Jordan Walmsley

TrainYourCamera Featured Macro Photo Jordan Walmsley

Photo © Jordan Walmsley

Camera: Canon EOS Rebel T3

Camera Lens: EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II

ISO: 1600
F/stop: f/5.6
Shutter: 1/100 sec


The Kiwi-slice shot is popular in close-up photography as a first project. Just find a light table; the kiwi slices make for great detail in photos with stark green on white color.

April 2017, Week 4: Steve Johnson

TrainYourCamera Featured Maro Photo Steve Johnson

Photo © Steve Johnson

Camera: Nikon D40X

Camera Lens:200mm

ISO: 100
F/stop: f/32.0
Shutter: 2.5 sec


Lavender Closeup

April 2017, Week 3: Christopher Kray

TrainYourCamera Featured Photo Christopher Kray

Photo © Christopher Kray

Camera: Sony-SLT A99V

Camera Lens: 100mm

ISO: 100
F/stop: f/14.0
Shutter: 2.5 sec


Macro Red Rose with Rain.

April 2017, Week 2: Holley and Chris Melton – Butterfly Macro!

TrainYourCamera Featured Macro Photo

Photo © Holley and Chris Melton

Camera Lens: 105mm F2.8

ISO: 500
F/stop: f/14.0
Shutter: 1/125 sec


Shot butterflies at Krohn’s Conservatory in Cincinnati.

April 2017, Week 1: Lars P – Small and Greedy

TrainYourCamera Featured Macro Photo Lars P

Photo © Lars P

Camera Lens: Elicar 90mm macro lens

ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/125 sec


Small caterpillar on rose leaf

February 2017, Week 4: Don Komarechka

TrainYourCamera Featured Macro Photo Don Komarechka

Photo © Don Komarechka

Camera: Canon 1DX Mark II, Lens MP-E65 F/2.8 1-5x Macro

ISO: 200
F/stop: f/10.0
Shutter: 1/250 sec


Don is a world famous photographer based in Ontario, Canada and is a regular co-host of the podcast This Week in Photo. His book:  Sky Crystals: Unraveling the Mysteries of Snowflakes, is an exploration of snowflakes up close.

Don put this shot together in his backyard with an ant on a blade of grass in front of an Osteospermum. To ensure focus across the entire image, Don focus-stacked 7 frames together. The powder coating on bluegrass helps to create spherical water droplets, creating perfect lenses to focus on the flower behind.

February 2017, Week 3: Terry Lucas – Sunny Days

TrainYourCamera Featured Macro Photo Terry Lucas

Photo © Terry Lucas

Focal Length: 106.8mm

ISO: 100
F/stop: f/8.0
Shutter: 1/400 sec

Terry’s Comments:

Terry took this shot in mid winter with a temperature of 75º – flowers already looking good. Terry mentions that Bottom of Shoe angle is overdone and it is better to get as much from the side angle as possible. Also a focus stack of 300 images would have been a good idea for this flower.

Focus stacking:  Taking multiple images with varying focus distances to create one image with a greater depth of field.

February 2016, Week 2: Alex Holyoake – Living On The Edge

Photo by: Alex Holyoake

Camera: Canon EOS 1000D

Focal Length: 55.0 mm

ISO: 400
F/stop: F5.6
Shutter: 1/60 sec


February 2016, Week 1: Bruno Schalch – MacroFly

Train Your Camera Featured Macro Photo Bruno Schalch

Photo by: Bruno Schalch

Camera: Canon Powershot SX40

Focal Length: 56.1mm

ISO: 200
F/stop: F5
Shutter: 1/50 sec

Notes: At F5.0 Bruno went for a shallow depth of field. Only the eyes, face and front feet are in focus, and the blurry effect of the rest of the photo is what adds to the effect.

Our Previous Featured Macro Photos

January 2017


December 2016

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