Macro insect photography never seizes to amaze me. The magnified lenses provide an insight into a world that is impossible to recognize otherwise, transforming your everyday spider and caterpillar into something even more terrifying or cute. People will often closely study an insect’s picture, looking at details they could not see even if the tiny insect were on a table in front of them.
Show someone a good close-up picture of any insect, and you will be amazed at their level of fascination and interest. It is challenging to a photographer to properly capture an insect’s picture, and even more so to photograph the enormous variety of insect interactions. Getting a picture of a spider on its web is one thing; getting a picture of a jumping spider capturing its prey is another.
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