Spider Two: It’s Good to Get Wide

In the post here we looked at getting close, showing something up scaled to revel its form and nuance.

But not everyone has a macro lens/camera, and the flipside of being close can sometimes be to lose context.

Autumn Spider

In this image we look at contextualising. We take a subject, present it, yet give it environmental context.

You don’t have to get close to get a spider/insect shot!

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