NewsProTeam | Mar 5, 2021 | 0
Macro Picture Of Vibrant Scarab Beetle Wins ‘Photograph Of The Week’
An in depth-up photograph of a Scarab Bettle which has been painstakingly focus stacked has gained our ‘Photograph of the Week’ accolade.
22 Feb 2021 11:20AM by ePHOTOzine
An excellent instance of insect macro images, captured by ePz member Angi-Wallace, has been topped ePHOTOzine’s ‘Photograph of the Week’ (POTW) winner.
The Scarab Beetle caught the crew’s eye with its colors and the quantity of element Angi has managed to seize within the shot. Within the description, Angi says it took hours to right in Photoshop as 180 photographs have been stacked to create the ultimate photograph that is extremely sharp so kudos additionally has to go to Angi for the sheer effort concerned. We additionally love the pin-sharp reflection which provides one other stage of curiosity and element to the unimaginable shot.
It is an excellent piece of images – effectively worthy of our POTW award.
All of our POTW winners obtain an EVO Plus 64GB MicroSDXC card with SD Adapter courtesy of Samsung. To be in with an opportunity of turning into our subsequent POTW winner, merely add a picture to our gallery the place you may additionally discover all of our previous POTW winners.
Plus, going ahead, we can even announce a new ‘Photograph of the Yr’ winner who’ll win a Samsung Moveable SSD T7. Every POTW winner, 52 in whole, will then have their picture shared in a brand new POTW discussion board the place, in January 2022, we’ll ask you all to hit the ‘like’ button in your favorite photographs. Then, the ePHOTOzine crew will depend up the likes and our first ‘Photograph of the Yr’ winner shall be introduced.
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