• Photographing insects in the garden

    Yesterday I wandered into the realm of photographing insects. This is something I am not totally new to, having dabbled a bit with damselflies and butterflies in the good old days of film, but it’s at least 20 years since I dabbled and even then I was no expert. However, because of my previous experience, I was already aware of the theory and practice of “macro” photography, which I learned at the time. “Macro” really means subjects that are life size or greater at the film/sensor plane, but the term is often loosely used to refer to close up photography of small subjects and I will use it in this…

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