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Canon EOS 40D
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Mar 18, 2009, 1:39:38 AM

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Chrysoperla by Osiriseye Chrysoperla by Osiriseye
This is a Chrysoperla more known by Green Lacewing. I've researched a little and they are used in greenhouses to eat the aphids, They can eat from 100 to 600 aphids a day!

I haven't up to much these last months, and I still haven't made anything that made me proud of it... and this is still not it!
Taken with my inversion ring and my Canon 18-55mm.

Just to give you a sense of dimension, those strings are actually dust!

F is either 10 or 14 and the focal length is around 25 mm...

I don't remember every shot and with the ring it doesn't store any information concerning the lens in the exif.

Just want to share what I'm practising on...
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setinet83 Mar 30, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow, the color in the eyes is quite impressive, and the sharpness of the eyes is commendable as well. Nice photo!
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:iconmomentstoremind:
adorei a foto, o promenor da cor dos olhos é magnifico.
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:iconosiriseye:
:D Obrigado! Muito Obrigado! Pelo comment e pela estrelinha! :D
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JacobineB Mar 24, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Those eyes are awesome :D
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:iconpaulrokicki:
ya i like the eyes. i need a lens like that for my cam.
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:iconosiriseye:
No need for special lens! Just and Inversion ring! and these are really really cheap! maximum 20€! Then you just need learn how to use it properly! It's a very manual process and very low tech! You don't have any of the normal automatic functions once you mount the lens backwards!
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:iconpaulrokicki:
hehe interesting. i never did any macro and really have no plans but would like to try it one day when i get a better camera. thanks for the info!
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:iconosiriseye:
Here, [link] , this helps a lot! :D It helped me!
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