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wjiang

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Trying out my new auto extension tubes on an earwig in my garden, O45mm + 21mm extension, natural light.
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f/8, 1/200s, ISO800

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f/8, 1/200s, ISO800
 
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Hang Loose (GX7+Oly60)

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OzRay

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Some strange moths from the High Country (E-M1 and 35-100mm f2 and EX-25).

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piggsy

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piggsy

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60mm macro. AF actually kind of worked for the bees and hover fly although I had to crop them a fair bit. The flowers are only about 1cm big though :D

Funny story - the long legged fly pictures - the fly kept posing for a shot, then as soon as the shutter got pressed, would spend the time from 0sec antishock (short release lag time) to RC control flash to shutter finish (at 1/250) skating around the rim of the flower, and return to the same position by the time the camera would return to be ready to shoot. That's like, the two shots out of 60 something where he wasn't out of frame entirely by the time the shutter finished :D
 
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