Macro Butterflies

Shot with a 60mm Nikon macro lens.

This was one of my first times getting to know this new lens and i have fallen in love with it. It allows me to get so close to my subject and captures such amazing detail.

I know there are more images than i usually post, but I just couldn’t chose my fav. Hope you enjoy and feel inspired.

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28 Responses to Macro Butterflies

  1. linneatrapp says:

    Just saw what lens you used haha sorry didnt see that =\

  2. These are amazing, look like they were a lot of fun to shoot too

  3. Absolutely fantastic photos! So beautiful and so clear. Much better than my first attempts with a canon 60mm macro. Were you using a tripod? Or was it handheld?

  4. disperser says:

    I presume that was at a butterfly pavillion, or you have a very interesting backyard.

  5. chris says:

    incredible photos!

  6. This is a beautiful collection of photographs!

  7. elmediat says:

    Superb sequence.

  8. The detail on these are just stunning!!!!

    Especially this one – https://nikitavdv.wordpress.com/2013/07/29/macro-butterflies/eyes/

    It like looking through a microscope.

    – Michael
    http://gay-male-art-blog.com

  9. Pam says:

    love these images –

  10. semperfivet says:

    You did very well!! Keep up the great work. Will visit often.

  11. Congratulations!!! I have nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award. The link to your blog is tagged in my post! 🙂 Have a great day!
    http://sarahlindalaw.wordpress.com/2013/08/03/the-versatile-blogger-award/

  12. K C Eames says:

    Good work Nikita. I am very fond of the 60mm macro myself.

  13. they are beautiful, and show great details, more!

  14. unitedmmcart says:

    Your work is outstanding

  15. wildsherkin says:

    Exquisite images. Your work is amazing. Thank you for visiting.

  16. Ajaytao2010 says:

    Brilliant

  17. Sara says:

    Really beautiful! Incredible gallery 🙂

  18. Wonderful images! I use the Nikon 105 mm macro lens and it is by far my favorite lens and almost always attached to my Nikon D7000.

  19. Ah man those glass winged butterflies are stunning!

  20. jamoroki says:

    Very special. Well done

  21. songsitkodeegibson says:

    Theses are amazing !!

  22. A very nice gallery with lots of interesting angles and great detail.

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