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Out, damned spot!

  One of the more frustrating problems in natural light insect photography, particularly with insects with large eyes, is the large specular highlight that is created by the sun. A small catch light in the […]

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Cutworm with Parasitoids – Emergence Timelapse

Continuing with the saga of the parasitoid-infested cutworm (See Intro and First Timlapse for more) I had no idea when – or even, if – these parasitoids would emerge, so I had to trust that the cameras would […]

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Carlo Galliani – The Missing Photograph

Yesterday on The Week on Sunday I directed people to the beautiful macro photography of Carlo Galliani. I had earlier requested his permission to use one of his photos, but his response came too late. […]

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