Posts Tagged ‘macro’

Snail duet

October 7th, 2010

I was just going through all the pictures from the last 2 months and found some goodies to post over the next days or weeks.

40D – ISO800 – 1/100 s – f/4 – 150 mm – tripod

Buttery…

September 16th, 2010

I love my Sigma 150mm macro 🙂

EN: Common Brimstone male / DE: Zitronenfalter Männchen

40D – ISO200 – 1/400 s – f/5.6 – 150 mm

EN:  Small White / DE: Kleiner Kohlweißling (Pieris rapae)

40D – ISO400 – 1/1600 s – f/3.2 – 150 mm

Out in the wild

April 30th, 2010

I had a great day searching for some nice places and found a great, lonely valley.

Sadly I had no luck with the birds but there were hundreds of butterflies so I concentrated on shooting them 🙂

EN: Common Brimstone – female (top, white) and male (bottom, yellow) / DE: Zitronenfalter – Weibchen (oben, weiß) und Männchen (unten, gelb)

40D – ISO400 – 1/1600 s – f/5.6 – 420mm

40D – ISO400 – 1/1600 s – f/5.6 – 420mm

40D – ISO400 – 1/1600 s – f/5.6 – 420mm

Nymphalis antiopa: EN: Mourning Cloak / DE: Trauermantel

40D – ISO200 – 1/400 s – f/8 – 600mm

Also no idea what they are… but I think I know what they are doing 😉

40D – ISO400 – 1/320 s – f/8 – 150mm

I really like that one… don’t know why really.

40D – ISO200 – 1/800 s – f/5.6 – 150mm

And last but not least – a lizard

40D – ISO200 – 1/125 s – f/5.6 – 150mm

close-up with the 300/2.8+2xTC

June 17th, 2009

Not too practical but if you lent you macro lens to a friend there is no way around.

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40D – ISO400 – 1/160s – f/8 – 600mm