This guy's macro fu is better than yours.

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  1. NismoR31

    NismoR31 Member

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    Haha! Awesome.

    Could use that setup as a walking frame as well!
     
  3. akashra

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    Remember the scene out of ID4 where the ship just hovers there, then suddenly opens up with a bright flash? That is what's it's like for this here bee.
     
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    I am pretty sure it's a wasp not a bee

    Awesome photo can't believe that setup! Would that be home made?
     
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    Somehow i can't see Nikon selling this over the shoulder macro getup.. lol

    he's done well tho.. wow! i love the full back support too.. makes you wonder if he's taken the mystique out of macro photography, as its now clearly a point & shoot affair..
     
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    I stumbled on this the other day definately a very smart old bloke. Stunning work!
     
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    Those waterfigure shots are just amazing. That is some serious dedication.
     
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    Awesome. This literally inspired awe.
     

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