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Journal Entry: Mon Mar 8, 2010, 9:46 PM

I have recently come across the work of Erez Marom erezmarom.deviantart.com/ a Macro Photographer from Israel. A relatively new user to Deviantart his high magnification natural light macros really caught my eye and are simply stunning, well composed with great colours and light. If you have the time please browse the rest of his gallery and add him to your watch list as i dont think you will be disapointed


:thumb156355373: Conops Flavicaudatus by erezmarom Clinging hard by erezmarom Pilot Goggles by erezmarom Suave by erezmarom A Perfect Pair by erezmarom Solitary Bee by erezmarom



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:iconpancolartjorge:
PancolartJorge Apr 20, 2010   Photographer
Saw that guy too and loved his work!
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dalantech Mar 31, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Good call -brilliant photographer!
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:iconsandy33311:
Thanks for introducing Erez to us. His work is amazing!
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davincipoppalag Mar 9, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
He has wonderful stuff Allie..
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:iconalliec:
He does, very talented.
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davincipoppalag Mar 9, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
indeed1
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InsaneGelfling Mar 9, 2010  Professional Photographer
Half of these aren't macro but yes, looks like a very talented critter photographer. :)
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:iconalliec:
Depends on your definition of Macro ;-) which varies greatly ive found.
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:iconinsanegelfling:
InsaneGelfling Mar 9, 2010  Professional Photographer
No, it depends on what macro is. The ACTUAL definition of macro (you can look it up if you like) is that the subject is replicated at a minimum of 1:1 on the film plane. :)
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:iconalliec:
oakely dokely ;-)
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