My daughter came up yesterday with one of my most favourite (ugh! not) flies in her hand, one of those green ones, you know er: uke: ), which she had caught alive, and she asked: "Would you like to take some photos of this one? I caught it for you!" So I had her knock it a little more unconscious (she clapped her HOLLOW hands, that did the trick to make it quite dazed so it would not move much), took off the kit lens, turned it around and took some pics. DOF is razor thin in this technique, so there can always only be very small parts of the fly in focus, and the closer I get (by moving from 55mm, which allows me to capture the whole fly in one frame, to 18mm, which means greatest magnification, but the lens then already touches the subject, I must move in so close), the less DOF of what little there always is I get. But it was fun. What do you say? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.