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On Saturday it snowed again in New York. Here are some closeups of what snowflakes looked like in some of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods. ANIMAL documented the various flakes in action using a DSLR I hacked with the Pentax 25mm 1.4 TV lens that’s usually found in 1″ CCTV security cameras. Check out ANIMAL’s previous […]

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Sit back and ooh-ahh at these trippy, colorful macro photos of butterfly and moth wings by Linden Gledhill, a biochemist/photographer who’s also directed at least one really great music video. It’s enough to make want to bust out a Magic Eye book. Look at those patterns, maaaaan. […]

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This week has been a busy one for ANIMAL, so I had to shoot something quick and dirty for this week’s “Zoom In.” With the help of the same hacked lens that I used to shoot street food and Times Square, here are a few macro-photos of things I found in the garbage can outside our […]

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This is a macro shot of a 9mm Glock ball hitting bulletproof plexiglass, fired by a Texas cop. Deborah Bay shot a few of these violent specimens — riffle buckshot, shotgun slugs, magnum bullets. She thinks this is pretty.  I was intrigued by the psychological tension created between the jewel-like beauty and the inherent destructiveness of […]

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See “the scaled down infinite” in Austrian filmmaker/artist Clemens Wirth’s third installment of Macro Kingdom. This immaculate, intense zoom on sprouting embryos, growing crystals and iced-mushrooms’ reaching tendrils is part of an ongoing visual poem sure to umph macro fetishists. […]

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