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  1. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Blowfly

    There was a dead Blowfly in the garden and I immediately used it as a model. Fifteen photos stacked in camera and out of hand. Light: daylight only
  2. Ron Westbroek

    Others There's A Light

    E-M1Mark III M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro Iso 100, 1/3 sec. Stack of fifteen photos. The photo was taken with a lamp and a tablet. Do it when it's dark or in a dark room. On the tablet you put a photo with neon on it, put the lamp on it again and click.
  3. nataliaflejszar&Photo

    Your opinion? White and blue

    Hello,here's an another picture taken a few days ago by maco lens, but yes not quite macro 🤭. Hope you enjoy it anyway 😊. It was a blue moment at forest, street lights brighted a bit the darkness ❄. I think to go to the forest back today and try a true macros, if I just find an inspirations for...
  4. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Twin-lobed deerfly

    Stack of fifteen photos taken in the camera and she glues them together to form a photo. Out of control. Daylight.
  5. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Twin-lobed deerfly

    The twin-lobed deerfly's bite is particularly painful and can cause swelling. Only the female bites yes bites because they do not sting they really take away a piece of skin (have experience with it as an allergic victim). She's also a relentless stalker once she's got her green eyes on you. You...
  6. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Meadow Grasshopper

    E-M1MarkIII, M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro iso 250, 1/250sec. Stack of fifteen photos. Hand held. Daylight
  7. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Common Blow Fly

    E-M1MarkIII, M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro, iso 100, 1/1200sec, f/2.8 Stack of fifteen photos taken in the camera Hand held Daylight
  8. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Large marsh horsefly

    Stack of fifteen photo's in camera. Out of hand E-M1MarkIII, M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro, F/4, 1/125, iso 100
  9. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Variable Damselfly

    Variable damselfly among the dewdrops Stack of fifteen photos taken in camera Handheld Daylight.
  10. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Dewdrops

    Went out early for small critters. The Damselflies and Dragonflies were not yet able to fly because they were still too cold and wet. A great opportunity for a close up photo with dew drops. Stack of fifteen photos taken in the camera Hand held Daylight.
  11. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Coenosia tigrina

    This fly falls under the Muscidae (Family Real Flies) Stack of fifteen photos taken in the camera Hand held Daylight
  12. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Large Green grasshopper (nymph).

    E-M1MarkIII, M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro, iso 100, 1/250sec, f/2.8 Stack of fifteen photos taken in the camera Hand held Daylight
  13. piotr

    Your opinion? Black mould

    Black mould on the yellow pepper. Olympus e-m5 mk2, zuiko 60mm f/2.8 macro, 8 photos stacked
  14. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Flesh fly

    This Checkerboard Fly was blowing bubbles at ease. They don't blow bubbles for nothing, because that's how they digest their food because they can't chew. Stack of fifteen photos taken in the camera Hand held Daylight
  15. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Green Bottle Fly

    E-M1MarkII, M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro, f/3.5, 1/8 sec, ISO 250 60 Images, Caruba Extension Tube 16mm Helicon Focus and a little Photoshop, Light: Day light
  16. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Wood anemoon

    They are so photogenic the Wood Anemone
  17. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Wood Anemone

  18. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Portrait of a fly

    E-M1MarkIII, M.Zuiko 60mmf/2.8 macro, f/2.8, 1/3 sec, ISO 100 60 Images, Caruba Extension Tube set 10,16mm Helicon Focus and a little Photoshop, Light: Day light The fly is dead It could be even better on top of the fly's back and tongue, but we keep practicing 😁 I have included pictures of a...
  19. Les Yeux de L'endormi

    Your opinion? Water is Life

    First test of a drop of water in macro. The pink and yellow colors are due to sheets of paper that I put behind and under the dish
  20. Ron Westbroek

    Your opinion? Springtail

    Springtails are tiny creatures, often no bigger than 2mm. There are many different types, spherical or elongated, but in my garden I only found the spherical ones so far. Sometimes they are translucent, sometimes striped and sometimes a bit blotchy. And, as their name suggests, they can jump...