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  1. Dragonfly at the Creek

    Dragonfly at the Creek

    Shooting with a Canon EOS M100 EF-M28mm f/3.5 MACRO IS STM. I believe it is an Autumn Meadowhawk Dragonfly (Sympetrum vicinum) at Alleyn-et-Cawood, Québec, C...
  2. Red Dragon

    Red Dragon

    My first attempt with the macro lens to capture a Dragonfly. This Cherry-faced Meadowhawk was pretty comfortable putting on a show for me.
  3. Bug on the Run

    Bug on the Run

    Bronzed Tiger beetle doing everything possible not to be filmed. You will see him scoot around & be nice & blurry
  4. 20210816-DSC_3985.jpg

    20210816-DSC_3985.jpg

    Last portrait of a Bumblebee
  5. Vimes

    Your opinion? Do you remember Mothra?

    I know it's a different kind, but it's head made me remember our beloved monster from the 60´s ... even though it didn't show the same remarkable wings like
  6. piotr

    Your opinion? It's... well, looks like a bee and it's black. Black bee?

    Found dead on the shop floor. Is it bee or what? Olympus OMD-EM1 mk2 + Zuiko 60mm f/2.8 macro. Stack of 10 photos.
  7. King of the leaf

    King of the leaf

    Little insect that looks pretty mean but uses its tail only peacefully. Taken with a Fujifilm X-T3, flash and macro lense in Baden-Baden
  8. Idiocerus

    Want critique Dragonfly

    Dragonfly in the yard let me do a quick little photo shoot.
  9. Vimes

    Your opinion? Dinner time

    X-T3 Laowa 65mm 1/125s f16 one speedlight with diffusor
  10. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Large Green grasshopper (nymph).

    It still needs to grow a bit because it is only 4mm small. E-M1MarkIII, M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro, iso 100, 1/160sec, f/2.8 Stack of fifteen photos taken in the camera Hand held Daylight
  11. mariela_mentizi_photo

    Your opinion? Butterfly..

    I used a close-up filter for this capture..
  12. Ragnar18

    Hello everyone

    Hello everyone, I am a Biologist and a lover of macro photography, I hope to learn a lot and be able to show my work.
  13. D

    Android Longhorn Portrait

    I took the photo using my mobile - huawei p40
  14. rcorteschile

    Your opinion? Rhyephenes humeralis

    This is a type of common weevil found near home. magnification 4X Lomo 3,7X microscope lens and 160 mm extension tubes 1/125, ISO 100 Wemacro automated rail, steps 30 um Stack of 101 images in Helicon Focus.
  15. Jeroen

    Your opinion? German wasp (Vespula germanica)

    This wasp was chilling in the shadows last summer, such a nice creature to see.
  16. Ezequiel

    Photography I would like to buy a photo

    Hello everyone ! I'm looking for someone who shoots macro photos for an art visual project I have. I need to realise an image of a polyphemus moth to then make a painting of it. If you're interested in this project please let me know so we can talk about a price.
  17. A-PeeR

    Your opinion? Let's Get this Forum Started - June Bug

    This is an European chafer, the bane of fine upstanding southern lawns throughout the United States. As a child I was fascinated by these beetles and would keep them in shoe boxes with plastic wrap windows. Despite the nickname “June Bug” the beetles often come out as early April, as was the...
  18. Helix_2648

    Your opinion? Bilobella braunerae

    Hi! I found this insect on an old branch. It's really small with about 1-2mm. But I'm really at the limit of my possibilies! Even with my Raynox MSN-505 lens. #Bilobellabraunerae #insect Best regards, Jörg
  19. Sparkle2232

    Your opinion? How's my wasp?

    A few weeks ago I was out practicing my macro shots and found a wasp! I believe its a Common Paper wasp.
  20. Chavezshutter

    Your opinion? Broad-nosed Weevil (Psapharus ruficornis)

    Hello, To kick off some post from my Grampians trip I thought i would show this beautiful weevil, I found on one of the many mountain ranges at Grampians National Park. It is easily around 3 times the size of a regular weevil at around 15mm in length, biggest weevil I've ever seen and it had a...