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Is no one interested in macro?

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Forceflow:
Haven't been shooting much lately, but here are my latest macros:




(Love the detail in the bees eyes here, make sure to view it at full size)



Click to view them much larger.

Kernuak:
It's surprisingly difficult to get the detail in bees' eyes for some reason, unlike most other insects. I'm assuming the facets are smaller in bees and wasps than true flies and dragonflies.

verysimplejason:

--- Quote from: Kernuak on December 15, 2012, 09:21:24 AM ---It's surprisingly difficult to get the detail in bees' eyes for some reason, unlike most other insects. I'm assuming the facets are smaller in bees and wasps than true flies and dragonflies.

--- End quote ---


I think their eyes smoother than other insects.  I want to get a bigger picture but this bee is so small that it's only around 1 cm in length.  Shot using a 100mm USM non-L.

miah:
Yahoo, today, posted a great gallery called In the Eye of the Beholder. Amazing macro shots. Check it out here:

http://news.yahoo.com/photos/in-the-eye-of-the-beholder-slideshow/suren-manvelyan-photo--1503405990.html

rpt:
So here are 2 pictures I took with the 5D3 and 100L macro lens.
1/200s, f8, ISO 400, Flash auto



Hung out to dry!
1/200s, f8, ISO 400, Flash auto

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