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Insect World

They look like monsters from another planet, but these strange creatures were photographed by  Rundstedt Rovillosom in the Philippines.

Osa Eucharitid with its fashionable feather hairdo.

At its close-up photography of insects, each species is presented in incredible detail. In his collection are photos of wasps, caterpillars and beetles that seem to us newcomers.

Caterpillar, like a dragon, with a hornlike growths on his head.

And the head of the caterpillar looks like a cherry. This is the local form of caterpillar with red head.

Ant playing bowling dew drops.

Mr. Rovillos learned his skills photographing insects as a child, but serious photographers took only 5 years ago.

40-year-old Filipino photographer most of his time to the hobby. In the photo: the surveyor.

Finding an insect, I immediately photograph it, I do not touch them and do not get out of their natural habitat. “In the photo: red attractive face and eyes wasps.

Macro Insect

Macro photography is close-up photography. The classical definition is that the image projected on the “film plane” is close to the same size as the subject. Lenses designed for macro are usually at their sharpest at macro focus distances and are not quite as sharp at other focus distances. In recent years, the term macro has been used in marketing material to mean being able to focus on a subject close enough so that when a regular 6×4 inch print is made, the image is life-size or larger.citation needed] With 35mm film this requires a magnification ratio of only approximately 1:4, which demands a lower lens quality than 1:1. With digital cameras the actual image size is rarely stated, so that the magnification ratio is largely irrelevant; cameras instead advertise their closest focusing distance.