Insect Photography 101: Part 1b

Now for a few photos of insect taken with point and shoot cameras – the shots of the ants and the crab spider were taken with a Canon PowerShot A95, and the photo of the moth (Atteva punctella) was taken with a Kodak EasyShare DX4530. I have also included a 100% crop from each image to give a better idea of the quality.

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1 comment
  1. Malcolm Ricketts said:

    Hi Chris, Like your photography a lot. I have a 5D mk 11 + macro lenses and a Canon G10. When I don’t want to lug the SLR et al around I use the G10 and I find as long as I apply good technique I can get extremely good macro from it (flash off, M or Aperture priority. Regards Malcolm

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