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    Default Common wasp (Vespula vulgaris)

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    Hand held image captured in the back garden
    Olympus : E-M1X
    Lens focal length : 300 mm & Extension tube
    Focal Length (35 mm conversion) : 601.0mm
    Metering mode : Pattern
    Exposure mode : Manual exposure
    ISO Sensitivity : 800
    Exposure time : 1/3200 sec
    F number : F5
    Exposure compensation : 0.0 EV
    Flash : OFF

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    Cool shot. I like the framing

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    Love the g=head-on image! Perfect timing. Great composition with the perch to the left. Great background as well.

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    That must have been easy... Not... Wow... TFS

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Roach View Post
    That must have been easy... Not... Wow... TFS
    Hi David, I am not being smug or a smart ... but these shots are easy, it's just patience. Olympus has a setting called ProCapture and I just point and shoot, usually I get something in good focus, the main issue is getting the insect in the correct plane of focus.

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