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Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 07-23-2015, 03:35 PM



















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Awesome work Heinrich. Nicely done.
I do not believe I've ever seen a Damselfly that has pink on it.
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How did you do it?

So well lit and composed, I'm jealous. I am curious however; did you use a table top set up these pictures? Catching insects in the wild so well positioned and framed, with such shallow depth of field, defies imagination (mine, at any rate.)

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QuoteOriginally posted by plantej Quote
Nice work!
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QuoteOriginally posted by photolady95 Quote
Awesome work Heinrich. Nicely done.
I do not believe I've ever seen a Damselfly that has pink on it.
Thank you for the kind comments. I believe they all belong to the Bluet family, color variance between male and female as well as some local variance.

QuoteOriginally posted by erichope Quote
So well lit and composed, I'm jealous. I am curious however; did you use a table top set up these pictures? Catching insects in the wild so well positioned and framed, with such shallow depth of field, defies imagination (mine, at any rate.)
Thank you kindly, all were taking in the wild on a windy day, handheld. The first and last were sitting on the hood of a white car. Keep in mind that framing can, to a degree, be adjusted in PP.
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