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Jul 26, 2019 18:26 |  #2281

Lygus bugs. Calgary.


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Jul 27, 2019 07:50 |  #2282

common fly just staring at me, saying "you don't want any of this".


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Jul 28, 2019 07:09 |  #2283

Removed the Pringles can and went to bare flash but at -2 power. OK so this gives a higher ISO. Still some burn-outs, put perhaps a little better. What say you, oh photographic gods of the macro world.


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Jul 28, 2019 09:07 |  #2284

Not sure what this is, doesn't look like a carpenter bee but it was "digging" into this wood.


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Jul 28, 2019 09:50 |  #2285

TheLaird wrote in post #18901073 (external link)
Removed the Pringles can and went to bare flash but at -2 power. OK so this gives a higher ISO. Still some burn-outs, put perhaps a little better. What say you, oh photographic gods of the macro world.
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Looks great to me. I love the detail, and the color of the flower. Looks like you have mostly natural lighting here with some flash fill.


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Jul 28, 2019 09:53 |  #2286

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Looks like a yellowjacket. It is probably making some wood pulp for its nest. Nice shot.


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Jul 28, 2019 10:15 |  #2287

Don't think I've photographed a green-eyed fly before. Unusual? Probably not  :p


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Jul 28, 2019 10:54 |  #2288

Can't find a snails thread, so here he is...


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Jul 28, 2019 11:32 |  #2289

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Don't think I've photographed a green-eyed fly before. Unusual? Probably not  :p

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Lots of different eye colors for flies. It would be interesting to know why. I like how the wasp is nestled in the flower.


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Can't find a snails thread, so here he is...

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We can call it a bug for now. ;-)a


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Jul 28, 2019 13:02 |  #2291

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Lots of different eye colors for flies. It would be interesting to know why. I like how the wasp is nestled in the flower.

Yes, amazing how nature has crafted the wasp so it just fits snugly inside the Himalayan balsam flower. :-)

Ah, a snail is a bug for the time being, thank goodness.


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Sharp, and nice background!


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I am looking for help in shooting macro. I tried these hand held today it was about 10:30 to 11 am.
The bees are busy and move fast so how do you capture such wonderful shots. I am wanting to learn so any help is wonderful!



  
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2 more shots from this morning. I also am dealing with a bit of a breeze about 9mph



  
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