Some recent shots at 2.5x-3.5x of Live Jumping Spiders

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Some recent shots at 2.5x-3.5x of Live Jumping Spiders

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I used the Olympus em1 mark 2 with the MC-14 teleconverter, 20mm of Pixco extension tubes and the Olympus 60mm macro lens. Godox 250TT Speedlight on my hotshoe, and focus bracket mode/stacking mode depending on image. I also added the Raynox 250 or 202 on one or two of these.
stacks are 40-110 images each in Helicon.



Phidippus Putnami - 7mm long

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Phidippus Mystaceus - 7mm long

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W/Raynox 250
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Phidippus Audax (4mm long)

W/Raynox 202
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Re: Some recent shots at 2.5x-3.5x of Live Jumping Spiders

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1of1snowflakes wrote:I used the Olympus em1 mark 2 with the MC-14 teleconverter, 20mm of Pixco extension tubes and the Olympus 60mm macro lens. Godox 250TT Speedlight on my hotshoe, and focus bracket mode/stacking mode depending on image. I also added the Raynox 250 or 202 on one or two of these.
stacks are 40-110 images each in Helicon.




This is an internal stack of 15 images using the EM1 mark 2 focus stacking ability.

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Here's one more, stacked in-camera with Olympus EM1 mark 2

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Incredible set!

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Post by MarkSturtevant »

Excellent images! That is also one beautiful jumping spider.
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Post by Pau »

Nice picture of most beautiful spiders.

Because most (or all) of them seem to have been shot in a plastic container they will be better placed at our Technical and Studio Photography -- Macro and Close-up forum.
In few days I'll move it to that forum

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Re: Some recent shots at 2.5x-3.5x of Live Jumping Spiders

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1of1snowflakes wrote:I used the Olympus em1 mark 2 with the MC-14 teleconverter, 20mm of Pixco extension tubes and the Olympus 60mm macro lens. Godox 250TT Speedlight on my hotshoe, and focus bracket mode/stacking mode depending on image. I also added the Raynox 250 or 202 on one or two of these.
stacks are 40-110 images each in Helicon.


My Pixco extension tubes for M4/3 are 16mm and 10mm and I am pretty sure they did not allow me to use my MC-14 with the Olympus 60mm macro.

I would be grateful if you would confirm the size of yours, and what order you have this combination in.

Thanks
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