Another image of a Common Quaker, see yesterday's upload for a more comprehensive description.
This time it was a stack of some 35 images which allowed me to get all the details of the antennae right. Think I've also got my colour balance issues sorted now if you're wondering about the difference over yesterday's image. As always, specimen was returned alive and unharmed.
Thanks for the positive comments yesterday, hopefully have a moth for you tomorrow which is a helluva a lot rarer, just have to process the images today......
|Camera:||Canon EOS 50D |
|Lens:||Canon MPE 65mm 1-5x macro @ approx x2.5 magnification |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|