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"justhanging" by LucBaekelandt! Find more inspiring images at ViewBug - the world’s most rewarding photo community. http://www.viewbug.com/photo/57229661

"justhanging" by LucBaekelandt! Find more inspiring images at ViewBug - the world’s most rewarding photo community. http://www.viewbug.com/photo/57229661

Through the Lens, I like Nature- 2007

Through the Lens, I like Nature- 2007

https://flic.kr/p/dSJwer | lacewing | lacewing // Florfliege  (Chrysopidae spec.)  This is the first studio stack i did with my Canon MP-E 65mm macro lens.   It was shot at the Mp-Es maximum magnification of 5x and I'm really impressed with this lens. Even at 5x it is really sharp! Not comparable with the reversed primes I used in the past. (They are still amazing up to about 3x-4x).   This was also the first test for my Velbon Super Mag Slider and it did a great job. It was accurate enough…

https://flic.kr/p/dSJwer | lacewing | lacewing // Florfliege (Chrysopidae spec.) This is the first studio stack i did with my Canon MP-E 65mm macro lens. It was shot at the Mp-Es maximum magnification of 5x and I'm really impressed with this lens. Even at 5x it is really sharp! Not comparable with the reversed primes I used in the past. (They are still amazing up to about 3x-4x). This was also the first test for my Velbon Super Mag Slider and it did a great job. It was accurate enough…

a portrait of a Chrysopa sp. (green lacewing) larva at 20x magnification with a 
confocal lens.

a portrait of a Chrysopa sp. (green lacewing) larva at 20x magnification with a confocal lens.

https://flic.kr/p/a4TocJ | Divided compound eyes | Deleproctophylla australis (Neuroptera, Ascalaphidae)  Studio stack of the same species I've shown in my previous upload. Now it is a mounted insect! 94 exposures were taken with the Canon MP-E 65/2.8 macro lens at 4,5× magnification. Each shot's aperture at f/3.5. Stacking and retouching work in Zerene.  View larger!

https://flic.kr/p/a4TocJ | Divided compound eyes | Deleproctophylla australis (Neuroptera, Ascalaphidae) Studio stack of the same species I've shown in my previous upload. Now it is a mounted insect! 94 exposures were taken with the Canon MP-E 65/2.8 macro lens at 4,5× magnification. Each shot's aperture at f/3.5. Stacking and retouching work in Zerene. View larger!

Week 8: Adventure 21 Close up photography of the Aphid Lion (Lacewing Larve)

Week 8: Adventure 21 Close up photography of the Aphid Lion (Lacewing Larve)

Macro Photography with butterflies.  I really enjoyed this lens by packetlog.                Red Lacewing (Cethosia biblis); Exposure: 0.008 sec (1/125); Aperture: f/9; Focal Length: 60 mm; ISO Speed: 800; Exposure Bias: 0/2 EV; Flash: Flash did not fire      The picture above shows how people would normally take the picture of a butterfly. In this post we will see how we can get a bit closer till we see the whites of their eyes (metaphorically at least: in any case, the yellow or blue or…

Macro Photography with butterflies. I really enjoyed this lens by packetlog. Red Lacewing (Cethosia biblis); Exposure: 0.008 sec (1/125); Aperture: f/9; Focal Length: 60 mm; ISO Speed: 800; Exposure Bias: 0/2 EV; Flash: Flash did not fire The picture above shows how people would normally take the picture of a butterfly. In this post we will see how we can get a bit closer till we see the whites of their eyes (metaphorically at least: in any case, the yellow or blue or…

"On this butterfly egg, the lacy pattern marks the micropyle, where sperm enters. A similar design appears on the scaly wings that gave the red lacewing butterfly its name." -Rachel Mansur

"On this butterfly egg, the lacy pattern marks the micropyle, where sperm enters. A similar design appears on the scaly wings that gave the red lacewing butterfly its name." -Rachel Mansur

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