Tiny Leafhopper nymph


Dude....you're lucky. I haven't been able to get one of these even with my constant hunting. 65mm MPE?
buddy icon laurie.knight
7 years ago
Oscar, first time in about 5 years of bug hunting I've found one so fresh I could shoot!! Olympus 38mm macro bellows lens on OM bellows, it's actually the most similar/equivalent lens to the MPE, with slightly higher mag.
That's right. I forgot about the bellows setup. It's been a while since I have been on the photomacrography site. I popped on a while ago, but it hasn't been as forefront. I should probably get back on there. Very good shot.
.....also, how many frames was this?
buddy icon laurie.knight
7 years ago
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/oxkarthemighty] 13 or 14.. The wider shot was just 4. I increased from my normal f2.8 to f4 and f5.6 for these shots, I really had to rush the stacks,the little blighter was making bubbles too fast!

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Superfamily : Cercopoidea