Shooting Macro

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    Steve Miller
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    Shooting macro’s provides an amazing insight into the world of what’s small.  It gives one tho opportunity to experience the color and texture of things that would go otherwise unnoticed.  DragonflyI shot this guy with a 105mm macro lens with the shutter at 1/320, f4.5, ISO 400. Dragon flies are pretty good subjects.  They love to hang around water.  They’re also pretty good at perching on something long enough for you to get the settings dialed in.

    cricket 2006Crickets have no clue that they are the Kentucky Fried Chicken of the Sea.  Everything out there loves to eat them.  Scorpions, in particular, love crickets.  It didn’t take long for this scorpion to turn my subject into dinner.

    These were also shot with my 105mm lens at f2.8, 1/60 sec.

    scorpion cricket 2006

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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