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Lens: M 50mm reversed Camera: K200d 
Posted By: yeatzee, 08-21-2010, 02:01 AM





A quickie done with my Pentax K200d and M 50mm F/1.7 reversed directly on the camera. My high mag. macro flash was used, but tilted and adjusted for this specific shot. 4 images stacked

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Oh yeah! Thats the Alien Queen for sure. Pretty shot.
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tremendous shot !! what a beauty.....the largest viewing size is amazing... dave m
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Thanks guys!

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Thats beautiful yeatzee,


is male endowed with same wing structure?
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Thats beautiful yeatzee,


is male endowed with same wing structure?
Thanks! Yes, the male actually looks nearly exactly the same as the female.


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And the weirdness going on where the antenna's are is from motion blur. They move ridiculously fast.
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Incredible shot. And the craziest insect I've ever seen.
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Very sharp and beautifully lit.
Some more DoF would have made this one a real beauty!
Well done.

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Incredible shot. And the craziest insect I've ever seen.
Thanks!

QuoteOriginally posted by Ash Quote
Very sharp and beautifully lit.
Some more DoF would have made this one a real beauty!
Well done.
I don't think one can ever have enough DOF in macro's. Personal preference starts to play a role definitely.
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