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Some more S22 insect and spider photos

(Topic created: 08-16-2022 02:13 PM)
Who_Me
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No tripod, just 10x zoom and finding something to prop either the phone or my arms on and voice command to capture. My hands are not particularly steady, but if you can find anything to use as support or prop to stabilize and maintain focus, the camera does ths rest of the work.

Still having a blast with the S22 cameras.
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Katydid


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Katydid


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Robber fly under overcast conditions


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Picture-winged fly


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Redheaded bush cricket


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So well camouflaged Google lens could not pick up on the grasshopper, all ir found was lawn pictures.


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Robber fly in the sun


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American Lady


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Jumping spider


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Jumping spider, inverted with tweak to light balance


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Paper wasp


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Rydah
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Hey there. Those are some really good photos, maybe a bit more detail on those spiders for my comfort but nonetheless, it's nice to see that camera in action! :camera_with_flash:

Best regards,
Rydah
Samsung Care Ambassador

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Who_Me
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Haha I hear ya. I used to be crazy scared of the things. But they don't other me anymore. Plus I've got an orb Weaver that's doing his job and eating mosquitos it traps in its web. This all started with just a simple picture of a fly a couple weeks ago, and upon seeing how those turned out, insect/spider photography has turned into a relaxing hobby.
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