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  1. priyambubai

    Your opinion? || It's Lunchtime ||

    These are the images of a small jumping spider (Euophrys). It was sitting & eating comfortably inside a white coloured pansy flower. These were taken with Sony A7iii with Sony 90mm Macro lens with Raynox DCR-250 attached. I have used external flash with Softbox diffuser. Hope you like these. 🙂...
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  3. priyambubai

    Your opinion? || Argiope anasuja ||

    These are the images of an orb-weaver spider. These were taken with Sony A7iii with Sony 90mm Macro lens. I have also used Raynox DCR-250 for the first photo. I have used external flash with Softbox diffuser. Hope you like these. 🙂 f/11, 1/160s, ISO500, FL - 90mm [Stack of 2 Photos] f/11...
  4. || Argiope anasuja ||

    || Argiope anasuja ||

    It's an image of an orb-weaver spider. It was taken with Sony A7iii with Sony 90mm Macro lens with Raynox DCR-250 attached.
  5. Lazarito305

    Want critique First time shooting Marco

    Just got my Macro lens today and I wanted to share this with you guys. This is my first Macro photo. I know I probably did it all wrong but I tried!
  6. Olios argelasius juvenile male

    Olios argelasius juvenile male

    Young male of Olios argelasius species. Handheld focus stacking of 6 shots. Handheld shots made with my #Olympus OM-D e-m10 mk3, my #Laowa 50mm MFT supermacro lens 2:1, #Godox V350o cobra flash and homemade curved diffuser #Minitecatech. ISO100, F/9, 1/160s.
  7. AmsterdamXXX

    Your opinion? front eyes of a 10mm jumping spider

  8. Laura

    Your opinion? A friendly spider called 'Silly'

    I love these guys when they come indoors. I can set them up in my home studio setting and discuss life's events. Afterwards, they are returned to where I find them. This is "silly" a friendly spider that lived in our back bathroom for a few weeks before Winter settled into our area.
  9. eliasfta

    Your opinion? It's been awhile - Maratus plumosus

    Hello, I have been in hibernation during winter here in Australia and busy with work so no post for a while, now that spring is here I have been out doing peacock spider spotting with my brother @Chavezshutter . I have a few hundred pics of 5 different Maratus species, males and females...
  10. sildargod

    Your opinion? Ulobridae (Featherleg Orbweaver/Cribellate Orbweaver )

    A manual focus stack that worked out well to show the fabulous opisthosoma markings.
  11. Chavezshutter

    Your opinion? Dance of the tiny spider

    Hi, Peacock spider season is nearly over, not seeing as many as I have seen a few months ago but I was able to get some courtship behaviour in my last outing, this species is a bat-like peacock jumping spider (Maratus vespertilio) displaying for a female: The female, however, does not appear...
  12. Anitairl

    Want critique Zebra jumping spider

    I'm realy in love in jumping spiders. They are super cute
  13. priyambubai

    Your opinion? || Peekaboo ||

    It's an image of a shore spider (Pardosa milvina), playing hide and seek with me. :D 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. :) f/13, 1/250s, ISO500, FL - 127mm
  14. priyambubai

    Your opinion? || The Hunt ||

    It's an image of Lynx spider (Oxyopes salticus), hunting its prey. 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. :) f/13, 1/250s, ISO500, FL - 103mm
  15. Anitairl

    Want critique Zebra jumping spider

    Beautiful little poser.. Zebra jumping spider. Female 5mm I found her in my flower pot😍 really Curious little thing
  16. Chavezshutter

    Your opinion? Tasmanian peacock spider and prey

    Hi, I have posted this little spider before, it is my favourite peacock spider species I have found so far. I find these at a wetland reserve not too far from where I live in Melbourne. They like to live near a type of coastal succulent which has bright flowers and attracts many insects, these...
  17. Anitairl

    Your opinion? Wolf spider

    this is a Long Legged Wolf Spider, Pardosa nigriceps. Isn't she amazing.. Around 5mm big girl.. She looks like she is hiding from me.. 🙈 I noticed that soon as I take my camera they are all hiding under something or behind something Pictures are taken with Canon eos 90D Sigma 105 2.8 ex dg...
  18. Maratus Pavonis 01

    Maratus Pavonis 01

    Common peacock jumping spider - Maratus Pavonis
  19. Chavezshutter

    Want critique Common Peacock Jumping spider - Maratus Pavonis

    Hi, I managed to get nice and close for this shot on this spider which I shot 2 days ago, quite lucky as these are the most skittish and smallest of the species I have found so far, they are about 3-4mm long. This jumping spider was the first species of peacock jumping spider recorded back in...
  20. Maratus Tasmanicus 01

    Maratus Tasmanicus 01

    Tasmanian peacock jumping spider - Maratus Tasmanicus, short clip, best seen at 4k. Haven't done video editing for a bit, slowly getting back into it.