What methods do macro photographers use to get so close to butterflies, bees, insects and the like?
I have seen some super macro photos of things like butterflies and bees that left me wondering how the photographer is able to get so close to the subject long enough to take a photo. Most of the ...
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Two-horned Dung Beetle under a Componon-Raynox combination
The same subject again, in about the same conditions, but taken with a Raynox 4x (MSN-202) in front of a W.A. Componon 5,6/80 (Schneider-Kreuznach). The combination fixed on bellows (extended about 18cm) to obtain ca 5x magnification. Pleasantly surprised by the crisp center of the image, unfortunately, towards the edges it gets bad.
Water bears (tardigrades) may not be as alien as we thought...
A University of Edinburgh study has suggested that the finding that water bears’ genomes have 17 per cent of their DNA from foreign sources could have been due to contamination.
Flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum) by Kevin MacKenzie
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