Fly Shots

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  1. TCimages

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    wow I really love the first one. it's so clear and detailed. looks a lot cooler than I would think a fly would.
     
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    thank you for commenting. I find that a lot of insects are really amazing looking. You would never know it with the naked eye.
     
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    How do you approach shooting these insects. i mean, do you just set out with your macro looking at the ground and leaves? in a forest?
     
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    Yep, that's all I do. Once you you start paying attention and looking for them, you'll be amazed at the things you've overlooked for years.
     
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    These are great. I'm always amazed with your wonderful macros. I must ask though...on the first picture the fly's left eye (camera right)...is that a piece of dust from your sensor? Just thought I'd point that little round spot out in case you need to clone it out or something.
     
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    thanks Nate. I saw that, it's something on it's eye. Good catch tho.
     
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    nice ones :)
    Everytime i set out with the macro, i just have to shoot some flies. Those eyes are just amazing.
     
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    Great pics as always:D
     

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