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  1. Making a spider home for home studio.

    Making a spider home for home studio.

    I frequently collect some spiders from nearby gardens and keep them in my home studio for about a week. Bring the spider out of its temporary home and do some photoshoots in my tabletop studio. I am uploading a few slides, describing a very simple technique for making a spider home
  2. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Swallowtail

    Caterpillar of the Swallowtail deliciously eating the cow parsley. E-M1MarkIII, M.Zuiko 40-150mmf/2.8, iso100, 1/1600, 73mm
  3. Douglas

    Hi from sunny bradford uk

    I have always had a facination for bugs and tiny things. As a child I was the ginger fat kid with the pockets full of magnifying glass, tweasers , bug books etc crawling around the woods ha. I took a rest from this in the navy / dad years and fast forward to now and I'm back ... but this time...
  4. rjalil

    Want critique TIGER MOTHS MATING

    During my morning walk through Ramna Park of Dhaka, Bangladesh, my camera spotted a tiger moths couple on a leaf. It was very difficult to focus on the eyes because they are not shiny. However, I decided to take snaps of the mating movements.
  5. M

    Your opinion? Honey Bees

    Honey bee in action. My first post on forum :) Olympus E-M1MarkII M.40-150mm F2.8 + MC-14 ƒ/5.6 fl 210.0 mm ss 1/1250 iso 320
  6. Macroderie

    Opened Theme Stacked Images

    New photo Theme. Please post the best images you have in stock. Subject: Any stacked images ( Macro only) Photo credit: @Andy Smith Start date: 04/06/2022 Rules: 1 Photo per post Specify numbers of stacked images Do not spam Name of the Camera Only pictures taken with Camera are...
  7. Macroderie

    Opened Theme Flowers

    New photo Theme. Please post the best images you have in stock. Subject: Flowers (Macro & Proxy accepted) Photo credit: @Natalie Start date: 04/06/2022 Rules: 1 Photo per post Do not spam Name of the Camera Only pictures taken with Camera are allowed. Do no use REPLY, use comment to...
  8. 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...
  9. 1stgc

    Your opinion? Bee on flower

    I captured this beautiful little bee on one of the flowers in our garden
  10. Abe Maaijen

    Your opinion? Helleborus

    The seed of a hellebore. Find the Springtail.
  11. M

    Hi, from the UK

    Hi all! I was kindly invited to this forum :). I live in Manchester, UK and my primary focus (pun intended) for photography is photographing model cars - mainly in 1:43, 1:18 and 1:12. Up until now, I've been snapping pics with a Nikon D3300 with the kit lens and then using some extension...
  12. PaulCronin

    Your opinion? Oil and water

    First post of some of my work using oil and water. Basically a large clear dish of water with some oil dropped in and mixed and then a coloured piece of paper underneath with a small light sometimes.
  13. Chris's waterdrop setup

    Chris's waterdrop setup

  14. A

    Your opinion? Fritillaria meleagris

    I love this flower. It is already in full bloom this year in Burgundy
  15. A

    Your opinion? Hepatica nobilis

    hello back to the proxy photography after a long break and abscence here is a hepatic anemone from my last outing
  16. My homemade water drop kit...

    My homemade water drop kit...

    After reading I decided to build my own, controller included. First picture shows the general setup. Second photo shows the valve assembly and the gatorade bottle... ehemm... water reservoir. Third one is the...
  17. TomM

    Your opinion? Mantis

    Young South African Mantis.
  18. at the dawn of summer

    at the dawn of summer

  19. Saldanha Photography

    Your opinion? Some snowflake macro shots

    Dear members, here is the other information: ISO: 1600, Exposure: 1/1250, Aperture: f/8, average stacking of 10-30 images per Flake.
  20. AmsterdamXXX

    Here is that guy from Amsterdam

    Hi all great to see a macro forum, im Jeroen from amsterdam and been doing photography for ages now. Im doing macro for 20plus years and been doing street photography also. I recently, 6 years i ago i started stacking and i must say i love it, although field photography 1:1 is cool also i really...