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Lev Bely, 01.04.2013 21:47
Dutch photographer Johan J.Ingles-Le Nobel makes stunning macro photos of insects and more like this wonderful picture of the Blue Emperor swallowtail Papilio ulysses wing shot at 20:1.
For those who are curious about technical side, there are Johan's words: “This very shot uses JML20x with cellophane wrapper diffuser, with 2 Ikea Jansjo Lights, one placed very far to southwest but close to diffuser (thus producing shallow angle creating the tips) and another more frontal, but further away. Exposure 2.5s. Note the imported EXIF is wrong, this (ISO) was actually at 400 rather than 80.”
Johan's other artwork can be seen on his page on Flickr.com, http://www.flickr.com/photos/jingleslenobel/sets/72157623492127788/.
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