The Return of the Teleconverted-Macro-Lens-Wielding-Duo (Pt. I)


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Jed

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Swallowtail, Postman and Zebra butterflies. Oh, and the token bee.









 

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(yes yes I know the flowers are over, but the bee is the important thing right? ;) )
 

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very nice... :thumbsup:
wish i could take such nice shots!

wad's the best time to go Botanic gardens,
when insects are most active?

Thanx:what:
 

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Great shots!! :thumbsup:
 

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Originally posted by Goose
Great shots!! :thumbsup:
It would be great if you could share with us the kind of equipments used and the setting you've used for capturing those beautiful pictures. ;)
 

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Originally posted by Eugene
very nice... :thumbsup:
wish i could take such nice shots!

wad's the best time to go Botanic gardens,
when insects are most active?

Thanx:what:
I have no idea... haven't shot there in ages and certainly never shot insects there before!
 

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Originally posted by scanner


It would be great if you could share with us the kind of equipments used and the setting you've used for capturing those beautiful pictures. ;)
All taken with a Micro Nikkor 60mm, some with a cheapo 2x teleconverter. Aperture ranges from f11 to f128. Flash used for fill only.
 

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