Advances In Insect Photography

Malagasy jewel beetle

Small animals such as insects pose many problems for photographers. To see detail, the insect must be magnified, but magnification comes with loss of depth of field. To magnify one part of the insect is to blur those parts that are not in the plane of focus. Motion becomes important because magnification will magnify the motion and cause the photo to blur. New technology attempts to solve this problem.

Focus bracketing allows a photographer to select a…

Source: Living With Insects Blog

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