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Hypena proboscidalis, a moth with a 'snout':

 
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Rudi



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Location: Temse, Belgium

PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 9:52 am    Post subject: Hypena proboscidalis, a moth with a 'snout': Reply with quote

Converted this "dull-brownish" moth to B&W. My equipment is still very 'basic', but first I want to get the light right before diving in a more advanced setup....
Have been trying out some lighting setups. Maybe too much, because after a while I was wondering iff the changes I made were for worse or for better Confused
All C&C welcomed, but I am special interested in the 'light'...
1:7DII bellows-rev 50mm @+/-3x; f4 2sec iso100; 2 diffused Jansjo; 80frames stacked in ZereneStacker


2: 7DII bellows-Rev 50mm @+/-4x; f4 1/200 iso100; diffused MT24EX Man; 60frames stacked in ZereneStacker

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