Daylight and Wasps

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Daylight and Wasps

Post by nto »

Lens is not very good for macro photos, Light and contrast colors make difference :wink:

350d + ef25II + ef-s 18-55

iso 400 1/500 f/8 55mm


iso 400 1/200 f/10 55mm



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Post by Ken Ramos »

Very nice images here Antonio :D , not often does one catch them in a pose such as this or not often in my case that is. :lol: Usually if I photograph one, it is from above or maybe from the side that I get the chance to photograph it. These here give one a much better perspective of the wasp. Nice work Antonio :D

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Post by beetleman »

I agree. I like the angle of the shot and the focus really highlights the wasps head. I like the second picture more because of the background (and the fact that it is more closeup :wink: ), The pinkish flower is out of the picture.
Not bad for an extension tube + 18-55.
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