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How to photograph bugs in the field that look like they were shot in a studio

If you’re a bit of a macro addict, photographing bugs while out and about can be great fun. There’s so many out there to see, and they come in some fantastic shapes, sizes and colours. Not everybody wants to photograph them sitting on a leaf or crawling across the ground, though. Sometimes you want to […] The post How to photograph bugs in the field that look like they were shot in a studio appeared first on DIY Photography.
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