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Ultraviolet (UV) Photography of Spiders in the Wild
Some spiders move a lot while others don't. Depending on the Family, some species are less high strung making them the perfect candidate for this style of photography that requires significantly longer shutter speeds. Longer shutter speeds equate to an incr...

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How to Build your own Macro Diffuser!
Been putting this off for a while Finally had the inspiration to make a tutorial video after crunching some numbers at work, at 4am in the morning... 1) For more on macro lighting and diffusion, click here. 2) For more on the equipments that I use, click he...

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Pokémon Go! Real-Life Edition: Endau Rompin National Park, Malaysia
16 weeks of careful planning finally came into fruition, 2 weeks ago. It was a trip that I was very much looking forward to considering that I have never been to Endau Rompin National Park, despite having lived and worked just a few hours away, more than 8 ...

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Pokémon Go! Real-Life Edition: Endau Rompin National Park, Malaysia
Unidentified Ctenid. Probably a juvenile  Gonocephalus liogaster More photos from this trip will be uploaded here soon. Been a beeee -sy week at work so thank you for your patience! In the Meantime, here are some behind-the-scenes footage to wet your appeti...

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Pokèmon Go! Real-Life Edition: Endau Rompan National Park, Malaysia
Unidentified Ctenid. Probably a juvenile  Gonocephalus liogaster More photos from this trip will be uploaded here soon. Been a beeee -sy week at work so thank you for your patience! In the Meantime, here are some behind-the-scenes footage for your viewing p...

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Drone footage of Endau Rompin National Park shot during my recent macro trip to document spiders!

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A bird' eye view of Endau Rompin National Park in Malaysia. Shot during my recent macro trip where we went searching for spiders!
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