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  1. Macroderie

    Opened Theme Bee(s)

    New photo Theme. Please post the best images you have in stock. Subject: Bee(s) (Macro & Proxy accepted) Photo credit: @lovitazoe Start date: 04/06/2022 Rules: 1 Photo per post Name of the bee Do not spam Name of the Camera Only pictures taken with Camera are allowed Do no use REPLY...
  2. Hurricane Holmes

    Want critique Fuzzy Portraits..

    Bees always make great models! Gear: Sony A7III Laowa CA-Dreamer Meike Speedlight Flash diffuser..
  3. Alex Vidigal

    Your opinion? Bee eye

    1) Subject: Bee 2) Camera: Nikon Z 7 3) Lens: El Nikkor 50mm f/2.8N - Enlarger Lens 4) Other: Nikon PB6 Bellows 5) Rail: Wemacro rail 6) Stack: #55 7) Step Size: 44um 8) Magnification 3.4X 9) Lighting: 2x Nikon SB910 + 1x Nikon SB800 10) Setings: ISO 64 - f/4 - 1/125 11) Editing: LR + Helicon...
  4. 1stgc

    Your opinion? Bee on flower

    I captured this beautiful little bee on one of the flowers in our garden
  5. priyambubai

    Your opinion? || It's Lunchtime ||

    It's an image of a sweet bee (lipotriches). It was taken with Sony A7iii with Sony 90mm Macro lens. Hope you like it. đŸ™‚ f/10, 1/160s, ISO800, FL - 90mm
  6. sildargod

    Hello everyone!

    Kaleem from South Africa, very glad to be here. I'm not new to photography or macro, but I've never done either seriously enough for me to consider myself anything other than a keen amateur. Looking forward to seeing what everyone is achieving! As an intro shot, a happy bee in flight giving...
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    Last portrait of a Bumblebee
  8. Bihari

    Your opinion? Last portrait of a Bumblebee.

    I found this little guy in my garden, unfortunately he wasn't a live đŸ˜”
  9. Joanne Kerry

    Hi my name is Joanne and I am new to the world of macro.

    HI All. I am new to the world of macro. I've been a wildlife photographer for the last four years and, due to a recent diagnosis of arthritis, I have been unable to follow that hobby I enjoy as often. I picked up a dedicated macro lens last weekend and now don't have far to walk to find...
  10. MinitecaPhotographie

    Your opinion? After Police here is Wet Wet Wet

    Wild bee after a dew shower...
  11. Vimes

    Your opinion? Some baby bees and a bumblebee

    Found these little ones sleeping … As always: Fujifilm X-T3 Laowa 65mm f16 1/250s iso 200 or 400 Speedlight wirh diffuser
  12. Rui_Santos

    Your opinion? Green

  13. Desc1234

    Your opinion? Solitary bee

  14. TomM

    Your opinion? Bee

  15. TomM

    Your opinion? Bee

  16. Chavezshutter

    Your opinion? Australian Bush Bee (Austroplebeia australis)

    Hello, I saw this insect on a morning glory flower in my front yard, initially i thought it was a winged ant, something quite common here at spring time, but when i looked closer I noticed it was a very small bee, so I am glad I decided to photograph it. These very small bees do not have a...
  17. leroyharding

    Your opinion? bee's series

    Just a few bee's i captured in the summer month around my garden
  18. Greg

    Your opinion? Working bee

    Hi ! I found this picture I took during holidays with my reflex :p
  19. rcorteschile

    Your opinion? Bee

    Bee Stack of approximately 80 images in Helicon Focus. ISO 100, 0.5 sec Amscope 4x microscope lens + extension tubes Manual micrometric rail LED light, homemade diffusers.
  20. Bee


    Bee minding her own bussines