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Backyard Bugs
July 9, 2016
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Thiese are some macro shots I took of the insects in my backyard, I used a Canon 60D and Canon 7D with a Tokina AT-X M 100 Pro D 2.8 100mm Macro lens.Wasp-2.jpgAnt-on-flower.jpgBee-in-flight.jpgCricket-on-stick.jpgJumper.jpgLadybug3.jpgLong-leg-fly.jpgPeekabo.jpgStork-Fly.jpgWasp-1.jpg

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These are the very best that I’ve seen…

Great work, Otto.

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August 2, 2016
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WOW! You’ve got a zoo in your backyard, lol. Very cool. Those a cropped photos, correct? 

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easyexposure said
WOW! You’ve got a zoo in your backyard, lol. Very cool. Those a cropped photos, correct? 

You are correct they are cropped

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What equipment (camera/lenses/flash) do you use for insect macro photography? I really want to try this one. Lately I’ve been fascinated by it.

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ShaneHaumpton said
What equipment (camera/lenses/flash) do you use for insect macro photography? I really want to try this one. Lately I’ve been fascinated by it.  

Otto detailed the cameras and lens at the top of the first pic.

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June 8, 2018
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very beautiful. impressive!

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What camera and lens did you use to take did photos?. I think you have zoomed the photo and that is why the focus is being lost. You you want to take macro photos then you have to manually focus the photo. In each photo the wings are not stationary at all. Macro shots are all about focus. If you try to take a macro shot of a moving object then you have to be very careful about the focus.

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