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  • Further work with the Olympus M60mm macro

    While assisting with a wild flower survey on part of the MOD Estate I took the opportunity to take a few shots with the E-M5 and 60mm f2.8 macro. As it was very windy I used manual mode with Auto ISO to enable me to have a fast shutter speed and small aperture for DOF.

    Here are a few from the couple of hundred I took.

    Scarlet Pimpernel:



    Small Field Grasshopper:



    Very small Froghopper (3mm) on the Canon Lens barrel:



    Dusky Sallow moth resting on Common Knapweed:



    Soldier Beetle and Small Skipper on Ragwort:



    Hoverflies:





    Buff-tailed Bumble:



    David

    Canon 7DII, Sigma 150-600mm Sport, Sigma 18-300mm, Sigma 8-16mm, National Geographic Expedition Carbon.

    "It is better to light a single candle than curse the darkness" - Confucius (551479 BC)

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    Re: Further work with the Olympus M60mm macro

    Wow - lovely series and difficult to pick a favourite but think the first of the hoverflies and the buff bumble just edge it. Super sharp, fabulous.
    http://carolannphotos.com

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    • #3
      Re: Further work with the Olympus M60mm macro

      Its the froghopper for me. Never seen one so detailed.
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