Macro variety - II

Hayath

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Continuing the series!

1. Was fascinating to watch this green lynx spider (Peucetia sp) size up potential prey and decide not to go for it
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Prey too big, abort operation! A green lynx spider sizing up a large katydid by Wild One, on Flickr

2.
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Leaf beetle, Chrysomelidae by Wild One, on Flickr

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Mobile home! Bagworm moth caterpillar by Wild One, on Flickr

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Resting skipper by Wild One, on Flickr

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Ceratina bee by Wild One, on Flickr

All shot with the Olympus OMD EM10 M2, Olympus 60mm, Godox TT 350O with DIY diffuser

C&C sought :)

Cheers!
Hayath
 

Hayath

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What do we say another great set. I like that first one, both are reasonably in focus. You seem to get good DoF in your shots
Thanks much :)
DoF is slightly easier to achieve at lower magnification (coupled with the right choice of aperture). For me I've found this lens works best between f8-11
 

macro

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Just amazing once again Hayth. Stunning shots and I've never seen anything like the Bagworm shot you have there. 12 out of 10 for that shot alone ;)

All the best Hayath, top work and gorgeous shots.

Danny.
 

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