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    Insect images


    A great set of insect images from a G1 + 45mm macro.

    Insects - a set on Flickr

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    I'm bumping this thread up, having just moved it out of the Mu43 forum, because I know for a fact that some of you out there in member land have taken some excellent photographs of insects and they're yearning to be let loose here.

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    Yes I hear you BB ...and thank you

    Please note all - that I have an Administrator-issued "Big Clunker Exception" for this one....as it was shot with a 90mm macro lens attached to a very un-compact dSLR. For those who are curious this web was formed within the space of wire-mesh fencing - approx 2" x 2" (5 x 5cm). The spider is less than a quarter of the size of the fingernail on your smallest 'pinky' finger.


    Morning Web by stillshunter, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by stillshunter View Post
    Yes I hear you BB ...and thank you

    Please note all - that I have an Administrator-issued "Big Clunker Exception" for this one....as it was shot with a 90mm macro lens attached to a very un-compact dSLR. For those who are curious this web was formed within the space of wire-mesh fencing - approx 2" x 2" (5 x 5cm). The spider is less than a quarter of the size of the fingernail on your smallest 'pinky' finger.


    Morning Web by stillshunter, on Flickr

    Nice work, looks great
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    Golden-ringed Dragonfly

    These all date from the summer of 2010 and were taken on a Panasonic G1 fitted with 105mm, f/2.8 Sigma DG Macro


    male


    head detail of a female


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    nice


    Nice close up on the bugs.
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    I thought a lot of the Flickr set in the OP were oof.

    Here's a couple from me:

    E-3 + Sigma 105mm (also not a SC).


    Oly C-5050 - a great macro shooter! Never should have sold it.


    Another C-5050 shot. Ok it's not really an insect.
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    Barrie and Bill - wonderful dragonflies! Bill, I don't think your snail would be too offended by being amongst friends, if not family. He's awfully cute! That is a fantastic closeup!

    P.S. Bill what sort of insect is your first?
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    Here's one from the DP2s with AML-1 (Sigma's Close-Up Filter)
    ....I'm still amazed every time I witness the outputs of this little unit.


    Butterfly imbibing bottlebrush by stillshunter, on Flickr
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    The Herald

    The Herald, a moth that has hibernated over the winter.


    Panasonic G1 with 45mm, f/2.8 Leica DG Macro-Elmarit

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