Buzzy 'Lil Bee

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EXIF x 28 + 2 off-camera lights = a whole bunch of fun! GO BIG

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Radek Ulrich on October 16, 2012

Very impressive work Kevin! I saw it in full resolution and it's really superb! Kind regards, Radek

david Saussé on October 16, 2012

Très belle macro,du beau travail,les détails sont impressionnants en pleine résolution.
Like+Fav
Amitié
David

Kenneth Kruse on October 16, 2012

That's freakin bee-u-t-ful! Lets see if we can keep this a (better than) perfect score, view #2, fav #3 and like #3!

Kevin Childress on October 16, 2012

Merci, David. Je suis heureux parce que vous aimez cette photo!

Awe, shucks, Ken!

Jeroen Verburg on October 17, 2012

You froze it with your camera, but with something else too I suspect :) Every time I see these shots I want to go try the focus stacking myself. Where is that extra day between saturday and sunday when you need it???

kenfowkes on October 18, 2012

Yikes! I should know better than to go full-size on your insects right before bed time.

david g Johnson on October 18, 2012

Brilliant..!...a great picture thats' well worth a full zoom...and a perfect example to post at 5k x 3.3k....
tremendous clarity.......Cheers from..Dj.

Kevin Childress on October 18, 2012

Not at all, Jeroen, I just brought the little fellow in from the rain. I'm sure you'll find time eventually!

hahahaha, kenfowkes! I'll take that as a compliment!

Thanks, DJ. I quite enjoy looking at the details so I figured others would also.

Jeroen Verburg on October 18, 2012

And it kept still during 28 takes? You truly are a magician. I hope my admiration for the result does not get lost in my questions about your 'modus operandi' :)

Kenneth Kruse on October 19, 2012

I suppose he was so happy to be out of the rain that he played nice! I was wondering what the drops of liquid between his eyes was, I thought maybe perspiration from the stage fright!

Kevin Childress on October 19, 2012

Jereon and Ken Kruse, an amazing thing has happened around my house the last couple of days. I suppose the changing season is the cause but I keep seeing carpenter bees just frozen in place. I literally saw 15 bees on one small section of flowers beside my patio. Its like a macro-photographer's dream come true!

Kenneth Kruse on October 19, 2012

Sounds like a Twilight Zone episode!

theverbiage on October 24, 2012

You sure have a way with bees, Kev! Way to go, buddy!

Kevin Childress on October 27, 2012

I just like it when they sit still, Sir!

theverbiage on October 31, 2012

What? A bee whisperer, too, Sir?

Kevin Childress on November 4, 2012

I only speak the language in a certain frequency. :)

Erik van den Ham on November 4, 2012

Wow what a beauty!!!! And lucky you to find them frozen like this besides your patio. A Big Like and I want it to Bee at my Favorites too!

Greetings, Erik

Ps. Love your website looks really good!!

Kevin Childress on November 5, 2012

Hello, Erik, and thank you very much for the big like! I think that was my last bee macro for the season. The weather has turned cold enough now that they've all gone away. Mmmmmm, I wonder where they go .... ?

Patty Arsenault on November 12, 2012

Fabulous macro, Kevin. Very well done! like and YS

Cheers,

Patty

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  • Uploaded on October 16, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Kevin Childress
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7000
    • Taken on 2012/10/15 19:20:11
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 85.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/16.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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