Just returned from my trip to Pompano, Florida.My husband and I decided to stop at the butterfly World that was located at Coconut creek, Florida. While there I did get a couple good shots I would like to share. I will share a few other shots after I get all my pictures gone through. Hope you enjoy these as much as I do. continue reading
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Hi all! this newbie has figured out how to do collections..so I need some images! SO FAR MY 3 COLLECTIONS ARE butterflies, children playing and military. soooooo... if you have some images you would like in my collections, let me know here! thanks all! continue reading
I have some tips for all of you that have just started to do macro photography of insects. I want to share what I have learned a few days ago when I was going to shoot some butterflies.It is very hard to get close to these beautiful and colorful little creatures without scaring them off. My first mistake was that I have always tryed to get close to them. I followed them until they sit on some flower and then I have been trying to photograph them while they feed. That is wrong. With macro lens... continue reading
write your text here...enjoy the blue sky, daydream at interesting cloud formations and capture some of them.The light is amazing; in June it's brighter, in July it is more golden.... photograph wildflowers and plants and learn to identify them.Where there are flowers, you are sure to find butterflies.(Or ladybugs, bumblebees, hoverflies, other insects).When photographing butterflies, be patient.Avoid sudden movements, don't rush. Eventually... continue reading
I get a lot of people asking me how I manage to get the butterflies to sit still or to stay on a particular flower.I do have a couple of tips and look for more to share.Time of Day - As with most photography, early morning has not only the best light, but often lower tempratures.Cooler weather has the butterflies sitting still longer trying to capture the heat. They prefer sunlight.Weather - Cooler weather as I said helps.Also, just after the rain is a good time.They like to let their... continue reading
Here in east Texas, we had a very wet and rainy spring. I think the great rain (breaking a several year drought) brought us many butterflies this year.My short experience photographing butterflies began with this shot a month or so ago. I was surprised at the large number of views it seemed to get rather quickly.On the way to Shreveport, Louisiana last week, I found some nice flowers with lots of butterflies hanging around... so here's a few more shots.I like the way the angle turned out on... continue reading
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