How do you do stacks of spiders, using a tripod?
Yep, a very low, flattened, sturdy tabletop model in this case, cant get much more stable than that, which is pretty important wnen trying to bracket precisely with a rather stiff focus ring. I also have a little bellows-like camera mount I made, super simple, just holds the Raynox in a static position while allowing the camera to slide axially on it's QR plate... seems to result in less perspective shift (very little movement of the optical center) making for better stacking. Otherwise, at that distance, with a unit-focusing lens, you're basically doing focus-by-movement even if you use the helicoid. Anyway, credit goes to the model for picking an accessible spot for once, and then holding still (these tend to start shaking the web when disturbed if they have an egg sac nearby, or running away if they don't)... serious cooperation there.How do you do stacks of spiders, using a tripod?
Looks like another Uloboridae... their meals tend to end up looking like that one, due to their somewhat unique method of feeding... they're really fascinating little critters, my favorite spiders, I would have to say.I haven't the slightest idea of what kind of spider this is.