Macro shots at camp site

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    Look who came out to play at night :p
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    Here's another guy I spotted[​IMG]
     
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    FU....I about smashed my screen when those eyes popped up! I hate hairy spiders! No insect should have fur!! Now, as for the shots. The focus is great! What did you shoot these with?
     
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    i like how the spider blends into his environment!
     
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    lol, thats what I don't like about it! They are sneaky little critters!
     
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    Yea, kinda creepy taking pictures of them. Focusing is tough cause they move like crazy and the dof is super shallow even at f/16! I used a 50mm prime with a 65mm extension tube and diffused flash fill. I also mounted my super bright LED bike light to my camera so I can see to focus.
     
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    I like the one of the ant the most! Its almost like a color gradient going across the photo
     
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    beautiful!
     
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    wow,those are nice photos,hate spiders though. they look creepy.
     
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    great pics but I can't stand spiders I like the one of the ant and the grasshopper
     
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    What about bumble bees? Bumble bees have A LOT of fur (if you can call hair on an insect fur....)

    Great shots by the way, I get a real feel for the environment with these pics.
     
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    I hate bugs
     

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