Spider Eating Bee

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    • #44073
      Rob Wood (Admin)
      Keymaster

      A fantastic shooting opportunity came up when I started poking around in the small park across the street where I live. This was the second day that I had owned my macro bellows (I used a 50mm 1.8 on the front of it).

      Green spider eating a bee on a pink flower. I really wish I had a bit more time to practice with the bellows before being presented with such a great macro subject.

      The good news is that I walked past the same spot today and had a quick look. The spider is still there so it’s obviously his home. I hope to shoot him again!

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    • #58478
      Peter Bryenton
      Participant

      If that’s your first time you’re off to a good start. Do some more please.

      Travelling light? Try using your phone camera for macro:

      http://peterbryenton.typepad.com/phi_one/2010/02/kitchen-matches.html

    • #80292
      Peter Bryenton
      Participant

      If that’s your first time you’re off to a good start. Do some more please.

      Travelling light? Try using your phone camera for macro:

      http://peterbryenton.typepad.com/phi_one/2010/02/kitchen-matches.html

    • #58479
      Rob Wood (Admin)
      Keymaster

      Haha, yeah I am addicted so more will be coming!

      I am still having major problems with lighting and stabilising the camera!! lol

    • #80293
      Rob Wood (Admin)
      Keymaster

      Haha, yeah I am addicted so more will be coming!

      I am still having major problems with lighting and stabilising the camera!! lol

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