Categories Archives BloggingMacro Photography of Merlin the CatThis is my first experimentation with macro photography with our cat Merlin. Post author By Kristi Hines Post date February 20, 2009 10 Comments on Macro Photography of Merlin the Cat Experimenting with macro photography of our cat using my Fuji S5100. By Kristi HinesKristi Hines is a freelance writer, professional blogger, and ghostwriter who specializes in business and marketing topics. View Archive → ← Twitter Photo Mosaic → 9 Ways to Use Social Networking for Blog Promotion 10 replies on “Macro Photography of Merlin the Cat”Wow ! Great close up – perhaps a few too many details ! He’s a beautiful cat !🙂Jaffers last blog post..Mellow Yellow Monday #2That’s a great closeup of your cat, I also play around with macro shots, but mainly for my wife’s jewellery with a Nikon D50 and Tamron 90mm lens. Did you use a flash as cats eye seems to lose have lost some detail.I love cat’s eye Kristi! Very well captured..Ben Peis last blog post..Ben Got Hit By Dengue Fever@Jaffer: Ah, but that is what macro is for. 🙂 Thanks!@Khaled: I probably did use flash, although I know I shouldn’t. I could use some tips on jewelery macro photography though, as that is pretty tricky.@Ben: Thanks. 🙂Great shot. I need to look up Macro Photography. I’m not sure what it is but the photograph is fantastic.Brian D. Hawkinss last blog post..The Truth Hurts!I think I am going to sneeze! I love cats but, they don’t love me. He looks so soft.I know that their are some good macro photography tutorials on YouTube that we have looked at. I just do not remember who did them.Sheryl Lochs last blog post..Social Networking GroupsA really beautiful picture and a great closeup of your cat, I also play around with macro shots, but mainly for my wife’s jewelery with a Nikon D50 and Tamron 90mm lens.@Brian: Macro photography opened the door to all new photo opportunities for me. There are little, beautiful details everywhere.@Sheryl: I take allergy medicine often. I’m sure I’m allergic to them, but I’m allergic to the outdoors, and since I can’t avoid that, I figure, why avoid the pets? I’ll do a search for tutorials… that sounds like a good way to get tips, as I’m just starting out.@TestKing: I just started with jewelry recently. I took our wedding jewelry out to the park, and did some placement on trees, our favorite bench, etc. I can really only get good shots with outdoor lighting so far. 🙂I must admit your photography is excellent. I kept a cat, that is so cute, in my rent house. While one day, she was pressed by the door. You know, I am so sad. Each time I see a cat, I can not help thinking of she.This is such a lovely close-up – a great shot. The detail of the eye and whiskers especially – just lovely. Great work! .-= New from Alan@Photography Tips 500D vs 550D: Which One Should You Buy? =-.Comments are closed.