Tag Archives: Macrophotography

Might be Mites

This red admiral seems to be infested with something.  My best guess is mites. I think there is one on the right leg in front, and two on the back left leg. They could be parasitic or predatory, but they … Continue reading

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Elbow and Belly Photography

The presence of small aster plants on a mowed lawn created an opportunity for one of my favorite types of photography.  I use a set of extension tubes and a macro lens extended to the maximum extent.  If I was … Continue reading

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Macro Techniques

I ran across a pair of summer azures, Celastrina neglecta, the other day, and was able to take a series of photographs.  I worked a little with the photographs, changing some of the camera settings, and I thought it would … Continue reading

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