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  1. A Beetle on Egyptian Starcluster Flowers

    A Beetle on Egyptian Starcluster Flowers

  2. rcorteschile

    Your opinion? Eriopis chilensis

    A Chilean ladybug. Magnification 4X Laowa ultra macro lens Stack of 71 images in Helicon Focus, retouched in Photoshop.
  3. rcorteschile

    Your opinion? Woodlouse 4X

    This is my first macro shot with my (new) Olympus camera :) and Lomo 3,7X microscope lens + extension tubes. 2 Flashes + homemade diffuser. 1/125 sec. ISO 200 103 images stacked in Helicon Focus, some retouched in Photoshop. Wemacro rail, stepsize 35 um.
  4. leroyharding

    Your opinion? Insects that flies

    A few insects that i captured over the summer months around where i live
  5. rcorteschile

    Your opinion? Beetle head, 5X

    A beetle, 5X magnification. Laowa ultra macro 25mm @5X 1/125, f/2.8, ISO 200 Stack of 88 images in Helicon Focus Post-processed in Photoshop. Wemacro automated rail @30 um steps 2 Flashes remotely controlled, and homemade diffuser.
  6. rcorteschile

    Your opinion? Beetle, 2.5X

    A beetle found dead last night. Stack of 89 images - Helicon Focus Laowa ultra macro 25mm lens f/2.8 1/125 ISO 100 Flash (2) and homemade difusser Final adjustments in Photoshop.
  7. Little-em

    Your opinion? Not sure what it is bee /wasp ?

    Canon 1000D f/13.0 45.00mm ISO-100canon 1000D F/13.0 44.00mm ISO-100
  8. jhanx

    Your opinion? Sakura(Cherry Blossoms) and the Bug

    This bug maybe taking shade below this beautify Sakura
  9. jhanx

    Your opinion? Golden bug

    Found this bug and took some photo inside the house.
  10. rcorteschile

    Your opinion? Syrphidae (Hoverfly)

    A Sylphidae, magnification 3X. Laowa ultra macro lens. Flash & homemade diffusers ISO 100 1/180 Stack of 85 images in Helicon Focus Retouched in Photoshop
  11. Greg Shchepanek

    The Beautiful World of Beetles: Welcome to Coleoptera

    The Coleoptera, with about 400,000 species, is the largest of all orders, constituting almost 40% of described insects and 25% of all known animal life-forms; new species are discovered frequently. Will first feature Blister/Oil Beetles: Oil beetles exude an oily substance from the joints of the...
  12. Greg Shchepanek

    Others The Beautiful World of Beetles

    @Jack & @Shan Can I get this thread deleted it double posted on me, thank you. Dark Blister Beetle (Epicauta murina) on Virgin's Bower (Clematis virginiana) Alleyn-et-Cawood, Québec, Canada. Longhorns Tiger Beetles LadyBugs Fireflies Blister/Oil Beetles