The Process Behind a Simple Photograph

A decent shot of a Rhagio lineola snipe fly, photographed last week in upstate NY:

The slow triangulation of composition and exposure required to get there (#104, in the series below):

8 thoughts on “The Process Behind a Simple Photograph”

  1. I always looked at your photography workshops as a bucket list item, and one of the most fascinating things to me about your macro photography technique was the needed patience level while handling the medium the subject is on. Because of my lack of success, I am amazed that you can move the medium and subject around as required and that you can consistently get your equipment close enough snap to off 100 images.

  2. This is a neat window into your process. Would make a good illustration/topic for a future BugShot (I think Laurie and I are coming to Ecuador!)

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