Macro shots are in, and the winner in last month’s “Macro Photography Contest: THAT WAS CLOSE!” has been decided. We’re filled with awe as photos become extra interesting when taken up-close. It’s as if we’re playing guessing game until we see the big picture!
We got a series of great macro shots from Edwin Loyola (@edwinloyola), who is also our photo contest winner. Congratulations, Edwin!
And his winning photo: a macro shot of a leaf. See how colorful it is!
Our runner up, @ken1w from San Francisco, took a photo of a tiny origami crane. It’s folded from a 1x1 inch paper. To show off its size, an old worn-out Buffalo Nickel (5¢ coin) is juxtaposed against the origami.
He is fascinated on how photos are imaged on a magazine using tiny patterns. Similar to the computer’s pixels, the microscopic details are too small to identify unless you get real close.
For their prizes, Edwin is getting a Smartphone Photography Kit. It has a Bluetooth Remote Control Camera Shutter, five lenses, and an octopus pod. The kit includes telephoto, CPL, fish eye, macro and wide angle lens.
Congratulations, and keep on joining the CamKix Instagram Photo Contest. Check out the latest contest: Tis the Season: Sound and Sights of Christmas!