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Insect Macro Photography Techniques - subtlety or otherwise?


petebfrance 2 1.3k United Kingdom
25 Aug 2014 5:45PM
I'd love to - but travelling is a bit difficult at the moment. I have a feeling it will be quite a while before I see England again - mind you, getting there would probably be expensive enough!

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tomcat e2
9 6.2k 15 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2014 7:15PM
As touched on by Ade, early doors is the best time Peter, before they warm up. or an evening if the weather has cooled dramatically and they are roosting

Having said that, you still have to find them - this is where the field craft comes into playSmile

Oops forgot you live in France - the world is your oyster when it comes to butterfly species over there
petebfrance 2 1.3k United Kingdom
25 Aug 2014 7:30PM

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Oops forgot you live in France - the world is your oyster when it comes to butterfly species over there


aye, and you still have to find them tooWink
So far I've tended to photograph them in the garden - some plants attract them, but unfortunately some of the ones they like best are the sort that my wife who is a keen gardener pulls out and composts - even recognises them when they are tiny seedlings.

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