Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Ninja Macro Photography

I recently got myself some Ninja Turtle action figures to use in macro photography. I was inspired to do so by this article I stumbled upon on the web. I've been taking these photos for the past few weeks, and I'm putting up my favourites here. Some have been digitally edited slightly so that they look better.

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The ninja turtles on a rocky outcropping.

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Donatello doing ninja things, jumping on balconies near rooftops.

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Raphael is doing his emo thing by not joining the rest of his brothers. He's over there on another rocky peak, sulking. Or he could be waving, it's hard to tell.

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Mikey on a rock. Behind him is a waterfront condo that ripped off the Petronas towers' design and is blocking the view of the Penang bridge.

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Leonardo posing in front of geodesic dome thingy that the architecture students built.

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Leonardo gesturing Donatello to follow him.

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Now Donatello is doing the leading with Leonardo behind.

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Donatello and Raphael hanging out on a shiny shiny surface near some trees. Shiny!

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The Ninja Turtles invade the city!

7 comments:

Wawa said...

ah finally u managed to take photos with the 4 turtles eh.

kewl

mnajem said...

it seems you pretty much having ample time to do all these jutsus

Savanna said...

I'm in love with the turtle pictures.

Adreen said...

mesti ko tertonggeng2 nak amek gamba2 tu kan

Anonymous said...

awesome pics, dude, cowabunga :)
-- entil

Heather said...

finally someone who didn't take pictures of stinkin bugs!

some of them would have been nicer with a shallower depth of field, but overall great pics and most are good color.

hussein said...

Thanks :)

These pictures were some of the first I took for the fun of playing with digital photography. Ah, the memories.