Macro photography gives a really unique perspective from which to view the world. Macro photography is simply the art of photographing objects up close, where objects appear at larger than life size. There are specialized macro lenses that can be used to get the best photographic result for macro photography.

Depth of field tends to be tricky with macro photography, but it is an essential part of photography, so making depth of field work properly on small scales is essential to a quality macro photograph.

Check out these fascinating macro photographs from photographers around the world, and see how interesting things look from a different perspective.

Let it rain by Christophe Kiciak

Let it rain by Christophe Kiciak

Ignition by Ketil Monsen

Ignition by Ketil Monsen

Rip Saw by Brian MacGillivray

Rip Saw by Brian MacGillivray

Roller coasters by Claude Bour

Roller coasters by Claude Bour

Simply autumn by Martineb

Simply autumn by Martineb

Summer by Ursula I Abresch

Summer by Ursula I Abresch

Cactus by Doris Doppler

Cactus by Doris Doppler

Red bug by Uros Kotnik

Red bug by Uros Kotnik

Milkdisc by Th Block

Milkdisc by Th Block

Macro Photo by Hubert Kosmowski

Macro Photo by Hubert Kosmowski

  • I’m a huge fan of Macro photography, the ‘Milkdisc by Th Block’ image is simply fantastic.

  • Top nice! Thanks for sharing 🙂