Talented artist and photographer Pyanek photographed a number of ordinary items in extreme close-up to show astonishing detail completely hidden to the naked eye. To create this series, “Amazing Worlds Within Our World,” Pynek used a Canon T3i DSLR with a reversed kit lens and edited with HeliconFocus (focus stacking), Lightroom, and Exposure 5.
If you’ve ever come face-to-face with a bug in your home, you may not have appreciated its nuances. Good thing Yudy Sauw came along. Sauw uses macro photography to take extreme close-ups of an array of bugs. The pictures show intimate details of the bugs—from elongated tongues to tiny hairs.
You rarely get the opportunity to get up close and personal with a tiny insect. Indonesian photographer Nordin Seruyan helps us to look past the creepy-crawlies of insects and focus on their delicate beauty. In brilliant color and sharp focus, Seruyan captures the insects in his garden.
Photographer Paulo Lataes takes some pretty portrait pictures. Using macro photography he shows the details and features of various bug heads. You can’t help but look at the way the hairs, eyes and colors blend into alien symmetrical shapes.
Taken by Armenian physics teacher Suren Manvelyan, he captures ridiculously extreme close-ups of the eyes of a variety of animals. The resulting snaps resemble something from another planet or from the deepest darkest oceans of our own.
This astonishing macro-photography was captured by Russian photographer Alexy Kljatov not with a high-end camera, but with a home-made rig he slung together with old camera parts, screws and tape. The images are nothing short of miraculous.