A Quick Guide to Insect Photography (Spiders Not Included) – Free Quick Guide

Insects can be excellent photography subjects.

They can be interesting to watch, are generally busy, and often have beautiful bright colors and unusual patterns on their bodies, wings, or shells.

Often tiny and quick, they can be challenging to capture, but if you enjoy the chase like I do, that can be highly entertaining. They are also all around us, so they are a great choice of subject any time you feel like shooting.

Here is what you will learn in this guide:

  • Patience, Grasshopper
  • Macro Basics
  • Best Gear Choices
  • Settings
  • Location and Compositions
  • Focus Stacking
  • Using Flash
  • Image Quality

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Photo Credit: Lisa Cannon

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