Category Archives: Student

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Six Tips to Improve Your Bug Photography

I have been teaching workshops for a couple of years now, I have gained some idea of the most common areas that many aspiring macro photographers need to work on to improve their photography. Compose […]

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Memory Catcher: Kleianne’s Wish

You have to admire someone, who, although facing adversity, turns her young mind to macro photography: Well done Kleianne, it was nice to see you and your work on the video!  Thanks to Nicole Beart of […]

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Ten Commandments for Aspiring Macro Photographers

I was suddenly struck with religious thoughts a few nights ago, while watching the KSPS program on the Buddha. Buddhism is not my religious tradition, but it made me recall† the misguided days of my […]

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Two Weeks on Sunday

It’s Sunday. A holy day. After another week of frenzied work and frustration, you just want to slow down and get off the out-of-control roller-coaster that is hurtling recklessly down the track that is your life. You feel […]

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Entomologists at Work – Northern Biodiversity Program

The Entomological Society of America had 28 video submissions for the 2012 YouTube Your Entomology contest. One of the participants was Sarah Loboda of the Northern Biodiversity Program. Turn down your speaker volume, then hit play… From YouTube: […]

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Guest Post: Heather Bird – Entomology Grad Student

(I first met Heather Bird at a butterfly count at Dry Island Buffalo Jump a few years ago. She is the granddaughter of Dr. Charles Bird, who was leading the count. It was great to see a young person, obviously enthusiastic about insects, […]

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