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Nature Tuesday – How I photograph insects! πŸ˜€

There are over one million known species of insects that live with us in this world. Taking pictures of insects and other small creatures can be particularly funny. All you have to do is go to the garden of the house. But do not go alone! Take a specialized assistant with you, like Maya.

The first rule of insect photography is to get close to the subject, possibly to sit at their level …

 Be careful not to get bite by insects or collect any ticks (you or your assistant)!

Insects are more mobile in warm weather, so photograph them early in the morning or in the evenings, when it is cooler and they move more slowly.

The last rule I want to bring to your attention is not to take too seriously everything I wrote here …

I will show you in future posts if I managed to photograph some insect, following these rules!!

Photo credit…my husband

  • Do you think Maya let me take some picture?πŸ˜€

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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Written by Ileana Calotescu


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  1. Hehe, frumos asa, mai ales cu un asistent atat de priceput! 😁 Cand faceam poze macro, obisnuiam sa ma tavalesc prin tot felul de locuri ca sa obtin cea mai buna poza. Acum nu prea mai am timp πŸ˜‘.

  2. I love this. Both photos! Of course Maya let you, she is used to mom pointing that thing at stuff. lol This post really made me grin. So darn cute, and you know I love taking photos of anything in nature. Great tip there too about shooting when it is cooler. They can move so fast.

  3. Wow, I don’t think I’ll ever get like that on the ground …
    the fact that my camera lens requires me to get very very close to get focus …
    I won’t get to run if I’m that close …

    But really, I can tell how passionate you’re!!

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