Posts Tagged ‘100mm’

Beauty and the Beast – Chuggypig & Common Daisy

Common Daisy

Beauty and the Beast – Chuggypig & Common Daisy by Jason Swain. Macro study of a common daisy plus guest on my garden lawn. I definitely go through seasonal phases with my photography and the beginning of summer (well in name at least if not because of much actual sunshine) will often find me crawling around […]


Moon seed

Moon seed

Poppyseed head, sometimes known as Moon Seed (s) by Jason Swain. Shallow Depth of field created using the Canon 100mm Macro lens at f2.8 on a Canon 7D body. (exif = 1/500 f2.8 ISO100) Moon seed, originally uploaded by s0ulsurfing. ———————————– ©2012 Jason Swain, All Rights Reserved This and the other photos on the site […]


Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget

Lest we forget by Jason Swain. I didn’t forget remembrance day 11/11 I’ve been away, but I held my own minutes silence at the right time And now i’m home, i found a suitable poppy tribute in the archives. Many people have paid a terrible price for our freedoms, the very least we can all […]


The King is dead long live the King

The King is Dead, Long live the King

The King is dead long live the King By Jason Swain. Still with the poppyseed heads and just in time for bokeh wednesday, this was shot with the Canon f2.8 100m macro lens, and as i said in yesterdays posting, I like to shoot the wild poppies through their whole life cycle, i think there’s beauty to […]


End of the line.

End of the line.

By Jason Swain. Poppyseed heads captured here as they approach the end of the line, shot with the Canon 100mm f2.8 macro lens, and a bit of grain added during post-processing in Adobe Lightroom. I like to shoot wild poppies through their whole life cycle, i think there’s beauty to be found at every stage. […]


Red Poppy Kisses

Red Poppy Kisses

By Jason Swain. I couldn’t help thinking of lipstick when i saw the water droplets and rich reds in this poppy macro shot with the Canon f2.8 100mm lens on the 7D body. And Red Poppy Kisses seemed like a perfect title Red Poppy Kisses, originally uploaded by s0ulsurfing. ———————————– ©2012 Jason Swain, All Rights Reserved […]


On your mark, Get set, Grow! The Olympic Poppy.

The Olympic Poppy.

By Jason Swain. The Olympic Poppy, another from my wild poppies series shot the Canon f2.8 100mm macro lens. I hope to win the award for the most tenuous (and tedious) Olympic link with this title 🙂 and see this earlier post for another view of an emerging poppy flower.   On your mark, Get set, […]


After the rain – Poppy macro

Poppy macro

Taken on my recent poppy macro shoot with the Canon f2.8 100mm macro lens, this one is just after a rain shower and the poppy petals had amazing colours. After the rain – Poppy macro ———————————– ©2012 Jason Swain, All Rights Reserved This and the other photos on the site are all ©2012 Jason Swain with […]


Emerging – Flowering Poppies

Flowering Poppies

By Jason Swain. Continuing my recent recent fascination with all things poppy related, here’s a shot of some emerging flowering poppies from my garden. Shot with the Canon f2.8 100mm macro lens, giving lovely DoF and colours. Emerging – Flowering Poppies, originally uploaded by s0ulsurfing. ———————————– ©2012 Jason Swain, All Rights Reserved This and the […]


Centre Stage with Natural Lighting

Natural Lighting

Another poppy photo from the series shot with the Canon 100mm macro lens, and this is pretty much SOOC with natural lighting. I love the way it looks like it’s either staged lighting or heavily post-processed with a vignette. Centre Stage with Natural Lighting, originally uploaded by s0ulsurfing. ———————————– ©2012 Jason Swain, All Rights Reserved […]


Bumble Bee Number 1733, this is poppy traffic control, you have permission to land.

Bumble Bee

By Jason Swain. Having a look at this years crop of poppies through a different lens again, this time its with the Canon 100mm macro, and after the experiments with the 50mm and long-exposures, its just a nice simple Bumble Bee in flight shot, where i wanted the bee to be in focus with a bit […]


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