Macro photography is simply the art of taking close-up pictures of an small objects that reveal details which can’t be seen with our naked eye. Just for instance, when we are in the garden and you see a colorful butterfly, our eyes aren’t equipped to make out the fine details of the scales on its wings. This is where macro photography comes in. It is usually requires a special lens that is optimized to focus sharply on a small area.
Here are some of my latest macro photography shots which are also posted on my main gallery, please feel free to visit my website www.arjmunoz.com to view the large version. Thank you!
Honey Bee (family: Apidae)
Ants Life (family: Formicidae)
"Small ant cast a big shadow" (family: Formicidae)
Face of Caterpillar (family: Lymantriidae)
Greenbottle blow fly (family: Calliphoridae)
Bee Collecting Nectar (family: Apidae)
"Hello World" Caterpillar (family: Lymantriidae)
Skipper Moth (family: Arctiidae)
Have you seen anything like this before?
Legs like mosquito, body like fly is called Long-legged Fly (Genus: Condylostylus). The picture above is a male (Condylostylus Comatus) with a very long hair sticking back from the tip of the abdomen and the opposite is called (Condylostylus Crinitus). (family: Dolichopodidae)
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