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March 19th, 2014

Behind The Shot: “Extreme Macro Moth” by Johan J Ingles-Le Nobel – Holmbury St. Mary, England

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Closeup macro photography of a micro moth Carl Zeiss Jena 135mm f/3.5 lens with Nikon CFI Plan 10x/.25 objective telescope eyepiece, 75 stacked JPGs Zerene Stacker focus stacking software and finished off with the Topaz Detail sharpening
There’s a hidden world of frantic insect activity at night that is rarely photographed or observed – the world of moths. Contrary to popular opinion, moths fly both by day and by night, and they’re on the wing every day of the year – including even the depths of winter when the rest of the …