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Approaches to Macro Photography

How many paths to macro photography? Let me count the ways… the impulse shooter:  “Wow. Quick, grab a picture of that beautiful/weird/yucky bug! ” BugGuide receives many examples this kind of image every day. the natural […]

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Just stick out your tongue and say “Aaaah”…

Dr. Phymata doing the obligatory health check before proceeding with the operation… (22 September, 2013. Dinosaur Provincial Park. Canon T2i with EF 100mm f2.8 macro lens and diffused flash. ISO 400, 1/200 sec. @ f11)  

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A Spider Vac?

I know that vac-powered pooters are available, but I came across a comment/advertisement at Seeds Aside that referred to a humane ‘Spider Vac’ and I began to wonder if this would be a useful tool […]

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Not just people have an interest in ladybird beetles… Related articles Invasive ladybirds infest UK! (greenfudge.org) curiosity. (zqlin.wordpress.com)

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