Whilst my Canon 5D mark Iv went for a sensor clean, I used my back up camera ( it used to be my main one before I got the 5D – on of the the reasons for getting the 5D, is that the full frame on the 5D helps fit in some subjects in the frame when using my Canon MPE-65mm eg Small Butterflies ).
However, the Canon 760D is a great camera in itself – you don’t need a mega camera to take nice macro shots. And with its crop sensor – it does have the additional advantage of making things look even more magnified when compared with a similar image on the Canon 5d ( without cropping).
Anyhow enough waffling about cameras – onto the results.
Let’s start with this rather cool Robberfly that I found feeding on some prey that I found on a bridge handle.
Then this moth – which looks very much like a twig.
This bee I found, posed for a shot.
Whilst this Burnett Moth – hung about for a few.
And I managed to get a Damselfly face shot, this along with all the above taken with the Canon MPE-65mm 1-5x macro lens.
Whilst these relations, I took on the Canon 100mm Macro lens.
Back to the higher magnification lens – for this feeding beetle and others.