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  • McLaren Monday 😁
2019 720S Spider 👌🇬🇧
  • McLaren Monday 😁
    2019 720S Spider 👌🇬🇧
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  • Today’s the day! I’m heading off for Highlands Biological Station’s Spider Biology Course and I AM SO EXCITED!!!!🤩🤩🤩
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I’ll be less active on IG while I’m gone so please be patient — I’ll answer all messages and comments as I can. I can’t wait to share all of the amazing adventures I have during the next 2 weeks with you bug nerds!🕷💕
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Species: Hadogenes troglodytes
  • Today’s the day! I’m heading off for Highlands Biological Station’s Spider Biology Course and I AM SO EXCITED!!!!🤩🤩🤩
    🕷
    I’ll be less active on IG while I’m gone so please be patient — I’ll answer all messages and comments as I can. I can’t wait to share all of the amazing adventures I have during the next 2 weeks with you bug nerds!🕷💕
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    Species: Hadogenes troglodytes
  •  2,157  32  14 July, 2019
  • #MacroMonday 🕷️
“My three-year-old daughter found this tiny jumping spider walking along our living room’s window sill. She wanted me to photograph it (and so did I, of course). I gently coaxed the spider onto a piece of paper so I could relocate it onto our coffee table where it would be easier to shoot. I then let the spider climb onto a multicolored faux fur pom-pom that provided a comfortable space for the spider and a multi-colored scene for my shot. I captured the shot with my OM-D E-M1 Mark II and 60mm F2.8 Macro, outfitted with a Raynox DCR-250 conversion lens. To light the scene, I used an FL-700WR flash that was mounted to my camera’s hot shoe and diffused the flash with a homemade softbox diffuser. Working at 1:1 and F13, I was able to keep the spiders eyes and palps in focus while achieving a soft pastel background.” - Olympus Senior Creative Manager @innis2winnis

Join Chris for a lesson on Macro Photography with our partners at @CreativeLive: http://olym.ps/MacroClass
  • #MacroMonday 🕷️
    “My three-year-old daughter found this tiny jumping spider walking along our living room’s window sill. She wanted me to photograph it (and so did I, of course). I gently coaxed the spider onto a piece of paper so I could relocate it onto our coffee table where it would be easier to shoot. I then let the spider climb onto a multicolored faux fur pom-pom that provided a comfortable space for the spider and a multi-colored scene for my shot. I captured the shot with my OM-D E-M1 Mark II and 60mm F2.8 Macro, outfitted with a Raynox DCR-250 conversion lens. To light the scene, I used an FL-700WR flash that was mounted to my camera’s hot shoe and diffused the flash with a homemade softbox diffuser. Working at 1:1 and F13, I was able to keep the spiders eyes and palps in focus while achieving a soft pastel background.” - Olympus Senior Creative Manager @innis2winnis

    Join Chris for a lesson on Macro Photography with our partners at @CreativeLive: http://olym.ps/MacroClass
  •  912  24  4 hours ago