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May 08, 2019 22:31 |  #1

Some macros from the weekend

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Leaf beetle, Chrysomelidae (external link)

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Grasshopper, blend mode ON! (external link)

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Lending a helping hand, Weaver ants carrying back an abdomen (of a spider?) (external link)

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Sleeping blue-banded bee (external link)

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Fly for ID (external link)

Shot with the Olympus OMD EM10 M2, 60mm macro, Godox TT 350O with a DIY diffuser

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May 08, 2019 23:23 |  #2

Loving the orange beetle, really pops out.


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May 09, 2019 00:18 |  #3

Wonderful series Hayath - love the colours and detail
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May 09, 2019 00:32 |  #4

Lovely selection.


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May 09, 2019 02:14 |  #5

Very nice have you always used Olympus or did you change from something else?




  
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May 09, 2019 12:19 |  #6

Excellent series. That blue-banded bee photo is so beautiful!


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May 09, 2019 12:51 |  #7

Love the blue-banded bee.


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May 10, 2019 19:15 |  #8

racketman wrote in post #18858654 (external link)
Loving the orange beetle, really pops out.

Thank you, I kinda liked that perspective too!

LordV wrote in post #18858664 (external link)
Wonderful series Hayath - love the colours and detail
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Thanks much, Brian!

Lester Wareham wrote in post #18858669 (external link)
Lovely selection.

Thank you, Lester!

davholla wrote in post #18858680 (external link)
Very nice have you always used Olympus or did you change from something else?

Thanks! Moved to Olympus about 8 months ago, was using the Canon 7D + Tamron 90mm macro prior to that.

FPP wrote in post #18858833 (external link)
Excellent series. That blue-banded bee photo is so beautiful!

rstewart wrote in post #18858848 (external link)
Love the blue-banded bee.

Happens to be of my most satisfying images as well, thanks!


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May 11, 2019 03:40 |  #9

hayath wrote in post #18859550 (external link)
Thank you, I kinda liked that perspective too!

Thanks much, Brian!

Thank you, Lester!

Thanks! Moved to Olympus about 8 months ago, was using the Canon 7D + Tamron 90mm macro prior to that.

Happens to be of my most satisfying images as well, thanks!

Why did you change ? I am thinking about changing as well for the inbuilt focus stacking.




  
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May 11, 2019 07:55 |  #10

davholla wrote in post #18859671 (external link)
Why did you change ? I am thinking about changing as well for the inbuilt focus stacking.

Got to try the Olympus system thanks to a friend. In the rainforest, the lightweight coupled with liveview with same AF speed as a VF got me thinking. Reading up further, the enhanced DoF and the increased reach compared to the Canon APSC sealed the deal for me.

Tried penning some of the rationale behind the move here - http://iridealone.blog​spot.com …ng-olympus-for-macro.html (external link)

PS: yet to try the focus stacking feature..the camera showed me some ridiculous limitation of using 1/20 shutter speed when using flash.. Might just be a dumb ME


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