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  1. priyambubai

    Your opinion? || I'm Watching You ||

    It's an image of a colourful moth. It was taken with Sony A7iii with 55-210mm lens with Raynox DCR-250 attached. I have used external flash with diffuser. Hope you like it. :) || I'm Watching You || f/14, 1/200s, ISO500, FL - 210mm
  2. 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.
  3. rcorteschile

    Your opinion? Moth 4X

    A Moth's face. Magnification 4X Lomo 3,7X microscope lens and extension tubes. Stack of 92 images in Helicon Focus Automatic rail.
  4. Laszlo.kladni

    Your opinion? Marumba quercus

    She was sitting on my left index finger. These big moths are amazing to handheld (it had a 10 cm wingspan). Handheld stack Sony A7II+Laowa 25 mm f/2.8 2.5-5x Ultra Macro+2 diffused flashes
  5. Little-em

    Want critique Male vapourer moth

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    orange Moth
  7. T

    Want critique An "owl" moth

    I found this interesting moth this afternoon. It looks like an owl! It's also my very first stacked image (out of 6 handheld shots). I took more shots but the flash didn't fire every time... What do you think?
  8. Chavezshutter

    Colour Cabbage Moth on white flower - colours

    Hi, I am very happy with this photo I captured this morning. I waited to see if this moth would land on something with a better colour contrast but they only seemed interested in these bright white morning glory flowers which makes for a rather flat image in regards to colour contrast: I...
  9. Helix_2648

    Your opinion? Moth (Cabera pusaria)

    This little moth was in our bathroom and old members (@Jack, @nataliaflejszar&Photo) maybe still knows the story of insects on a white wall. :) My girlfriend was friendly this day and allowed me to take a photo before could save the moth. 🤪;)
  10. Helix_2648

    Your opinion? Moth (Apamea monoglypha)

    This pictures might be good from the technical point of view but the background is not the best one. But it has a story and I'm happy to share it with you. I found this moth nearly dead in our kitchen. It was totally dried up and so I rescued it and brought it to the terrace where we had some...
  11. timothycdykes

    Greetings from the Southeastern United States

    Hello everyone, I'm looking forward to seeing what I can learn and share with the community about macro photography. My preferred style is non-stacked and in natural light - which is a very difficult way to shoot macro but I love the challenge and the results. I do shoot with flash, too when...
  12. BrianG

    Insects any idea (i know its a moth but can`t find which one)

    iso200 f8 1/250sec
  13. P

    Your opinion? Tiny moth

  14. Helix_2648

    Your opinion? Cat from the ermine moth (Yponomeuta padella)

    Cat from the ermine moth (Yponomeuta padella) The catterpillar of the ermine moth or also called cherry ermine lives in larger groups between spun bushes and shrubs. It can spun whole trees which looks really scarry. some people think about spider by mistake when they see such buches or trees.
  15. Greg Shchepanek

    The Beautiful World of Moths: Large Lace-border

    Large Lace-border Moth (Scopula limboundata) Ramsay Lake, Gatineau Park, Quebec, Canada. Hiding in the thick brush next to the lake. Panasonic DMC-ZS20 • ƒ/4.0 4.3 mm 1/320 160 Flash (off, did not fire)
  16. Greg Shchepanek

    Your opinion? Moth Caterpillars as well?

    Hickory Tussock Moth Larva (Lophocampa caryae) Lac Saint-François National Wildlife Area, Quebec, Canada. Ramsar site no. 361. Panasonic DMC-ZS20 • ƒ/3.3 4.3 mm 1/60 100 Flash (auto, did not fire)
  17. Greg Shchepanek

    Your opinion? Black-banded Orange Moth

    Black-banded Orange Moth (Epelis truncataria) Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ramsar site no. 755. Panasonic DMC-ZS60 • ƒ/3.3 4.3 mm 1/800 80 Flash (off, did not fire) It is a pretty little World of Moths
  18. Greg Shchepanek

    Your opinion? Should we do a Moth Thread?

    Hummingbird Clearwing Moth (Hemaris thysbe) Alleyn-et-Cawood, Québec, Canada. Canon EOS M100 • EF-M28mm f/3.5 MACRO IS STM • ƒ/7.1 28.0 mm 1/200 100 Flash (off, did not fire) I would love to see your pictures of the Wonderful World of Moths
  19. Richard147

    Your opinion? Humming Bird Moth

    Canon 70d Tamron 16-300 1/250 * f4.5
  20. C

    Your opinion? Muslin moth

    This is a 10 shot stack and my first attempt at focus stacking what do you think 🤔