Insect Macro Photography Video

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mplayer46 says:

GREAT PHOTO’S AND GREAT MUSIC

Michael Ronson says:

the music…so sad…i was crying my fukin eyes out.

Bradley van der Westhuizen says:

Amazing shots! How on earth did you get so close? What camera, lenses and setup are you using?

Soumya Sumitra Behera says:

What macro lens did you used? Complete name plz…:-)

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xbrokens2 says:

Poser bugs!
Awesome work.

Ich Andre says:

what lens?pls

Syed Alwi says:

amazing…are your shots focus stacked? or just entirely from a single shot?

oneyedthing says:

I can’t seem to do this crisp images. I have 100mm L lens. Kenko extension tubes and a macro ring lite. do you recommend using a CPL and a lens hood? Or should I just go bare with no filters and hood.

azforu29 says:

you can really see the Ommatidium Structure within some species at such a high resolution.
quite a wonderful visual system vs photorecpters at 24 hrtz

dowky1 says:

Unbelievable! All breathtaking pictures…watching them, I was mesmerized! Thanks!

photographerjonathan says:

nice work, Can you please tell me what Tamron lens was used ? and what camera it was used on, and what brand extension tubes and converter, Love the closeups of the multi colored bugs,
I have been wanting to try this, but haven’t decided on what macro lens or tubes to buy yet, thanks

Shahab Amini says:

I thought u have used canon mp-e 65 but u have writen TAMRON + extension tubes and 2x converter, could you please exactly tell us which lens did u use, cuz the last couple of picture are awesome!

CanonWildlifeBrkshre says:

was the lens already a macro – or did you just use a regular lens with a low aperture ?

00sven00sven00 says:

Fantastic colours in these photos! Well done!

edgrrr101 says:

Fully agree with this, living in England nothing is really that hazardous. We had a swarm of bees in our street the other month as they had deserted the hive. The queen took up home temporarily on a bush and hundreds of bees covered the bush like one of those bee beards. I took loads of photos and had my camera inches from them, they’ll investigate you and crawl on you but if you are calm and treat them with respect they won’t usually sting. Wasps however are a different story.

clinton riggs says:

if we stop comparing ourselfs to insects and animals we will get there some day.

Torn80cj says:

Lots of patience is true, I do macro videography which is just as tough as macro photography. It’s more blown shots than it is successful shots, and here in Oklahoma the wind is constantly blowing, so it’s really hard to video the little critters because the plants are always moving in the wind. I have to shoot a lot of my subjects indoors because of the constant wind. I rather have the shots in the wild, it looks so much better.

droy333 says:

Friggin awesome photos! I have no idea how you get the bugs to stay still long enough hahaha. Lots of patience!

mikejduk says:

Tes are awesome and such a privilege seeing into this often overlooked part of our world. Ideal backing track as well, many thanks.

bigredhh says:

Just found some awesome macro video of bugs here: /watch?v=oAXo2zxH6gY&feature=plcp

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MrDaveyd007 says:

Excellent shots. Five Stars! 🙂

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Schlummer77 says:

Very nice video and incredibles macro! What is soundtrack’s name pls?

Chris Stolle says:

You said a tamron lens with extension tubes and a teleconverter? Which tamron lens did you use?

Baroš Ladislav ml. says:

Beautiful !! I love it !

AKPaulJoslin says:

Incredible!

Bitmapworld says:

Fantastic,I am getting a Canon eos 550d soon and I am gonna take pictures of insects as well.

TheDesertfox1943 says:

The song is performed by Secret Garden and it calls Nocturne

Mushface909 says:

insect are beautiful :)

Ramtin K says:

what is this song calleedddd????

TheDesertfox1943 says:

great macro, but you can tell me who`s singing the song and what is the name of the song ?

toshiroo says:

Great pictures
I shoot with a Canon 100mm L macro lens , added with extensions tubes
Gosh even with a flash+softbox and an aperture around 20, still narrow depth of field
it’s frustrating and I can’t stack , i dont use tripod ….
I am thinking of buying 1.4 extender with my macro lens

toshiroo says:

I think it’s Yanni

Toron20006 says:

Hello!
Tell me the name of artist song please.

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