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(Menemerus bivittatus) Jumping spider #2 by Kerrod Sulter

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Canon EOS 7D
Kenko 12mm, 20mm, 36mm Extensions Tubes
Canon EF-S 60mm Macro Lens
Canon 430EXII Speedlight with diffuser

Shutter Speed – 1/160
Aperture – f/10
ISO – 200

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Young enthusiest from Shellharbour NSW, I enjoy a wide spanned of photography but am more passionate about underwater photography.

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  • R-Summers
    R-Summersabout 2 years ago

    Amazing and so beautiful I do love spiders and insects, I guess you have a sturdy tripod may I as what sort?
    Just love your images…..Ron

  • Thanks again Ron… To answer your question, I don’t actually use a tripod for my macro… Because with the short focusing distance of both of the lenses that I use it is to difficult to get these guys to stay still just to set a tripod up… I found the best way to focus when doing super macro is to always use manual focus and try and focus behind the subject and when you release the shutter lean back slightly… Thanks again though mate…

    – Kerrod Sulter

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