Canon 6D: My New Toy and The Same Critters in a Different… Viewfinder

Posted: April 6, 2013 in butterflies, macro photography, singapore butterflies
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After 7 years of roughing it out in the field with my trusty Canon 40D, I’ve upgraded to a spanking new Canon 6D, which has superior ISO capabilities and picture quality.  Here are some of my first shots:nymph katydid

jumping spiderHasoara VittaI love this pretty Awl (Hasora vitta vitta).Hasoara Vitta2

odd caterpillarI have no idea what caterpillar this is but it’s both amazing and creepy at the same time.  It perfectly blended itself into the stems of this plant.Suffused Flash

I love the background that the C180 produces with the Canon 6D.

  1. Lauri says:

    I love the very narrow depth of field (if I remember my camera terms). Wonderful pics of a tiny miraculous world! The spider’s eyes! Glorious!

  2. OOOh, these are lovely – gongratulations on your new camera, I’m sure you’ll have a lot of fun with it!

  3. cynt5525 says:

    i love your photography !!! Your photo’s are beautiful !!! *Cynthia

  4. Nick Morgan says:

    Just come across your blog. What amazing pictures of fantastic butterflies. I can’t believe the variety and the number of butterflies in your pictures. I have only seen one butterfly so far this year hear in Scotland. I can only dream of seeing numbers like you have there. Thank you very much for sharing them. I will spend a lot of time reading your posts!

  5. Timothy says:

    Lovely butterflies. What aperture did you use? Did you use flash light?

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