A series of frogs photographed with a dedicated macro lens
Having a rainforest on our doorstep has lots of advantages, including these gorgeous green frogs. This past week, the Whitsundays has seen a down pour tropical rain. Luckily for residents this also means we get to enjoy a symphony of frogs!
So what’s a photographer to do in wet weather? Like any good photographer, we grabbed our cameras, macro lens, and tripods, and went photographing frogs. Here are a few of my favourites from yesterdays shoot!
All these frog photographs were shot with a Canon 7D camera + Canon 100mm macro lens.
For those who love macro photography, I have a Flickr group set up over at: SLR Macro Photography
Can’t help but think of this next one as Kermit the frog with his huge eyes staring right at the camera
Last but not least, the fat belly frog!
All these frog images were photographed with a Canon 7D camera + Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro lens + macro Twin Lite MT-24EX flash. They were post processed (only slightly to add sharpness to the eye area and cropping) with Aperture 3 and Photoshop CS5.