Going after insects with my camera is not something I often do. I think I have 6 photographs in my portfolio that feature insects. I’m just not focused on them, and if I see an interesting one, it usually refuses to sit still long enough. It can actually be fun to zoom in on the mini world they live in, however. Here is a macro photograph of a shiny green beetle going after the pollen on the small white flowers of a viburnum plant.
Green beetle on a flowerA macro photograph featuring a shiny green beetle on a white flower.
I shot this at f/8 to limit the depth of field and cropped the original to zoom in on the beetle and the flower a bit.
Cheers, Johan 🙂