Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Macro Studio

The other day I tried to make my own little macro photography studio using a black table. I don't think it worked out so well, but it was fun trying. Afterwards, my husband had the idea to make a DIY light box or macro studio. I thought that was a great idea, so at some point this week we are going to try it out. I will let you know how it goes!


  1. I like the first one quite a bit, actually.

  2. They're all beautiful photos, but the first one is excellent. Good job Ashley. I'll look forward to the post on the light box. ~Cindy

  3. Great photography... love your New Hampshire series!

  4. These shots are lovely :))
    Enjoyed your photography, do stop by my blogs too...leave a comment, follow, add...anything...would love a feedback :))



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