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Oliver C Wright
Professional photographer covering a number of techniques and styles (macro is a speciality though). Time split between UK and the Arctic! Instagram is ocwright
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Oliver C Wright 5m
Thanks. A bit different to my normal images as I normally go much closer. The background was simply the early morning sun coming through trees!
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Oliver C Wright 3h
They are certainly one of my favourite insects for sure!
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Oliver C Wright 3h
Replying to @Jamie2090 @ggcimages
It would certainly be paid. I've worked with them for 5 years now. Great employers. I'd just direct that question at the email address in the link if you are interested.
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Oliver C Wright 3h
Cheers Ed. Of course I did some close-up portraits too :)
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Oliver C Wright 3h
Cheers Victoria. I’ve used a bit of an amalgamation of styles!
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Oliver C Wright 3h
Alarm was set for 4am for me this morning. Walked the dog and then went looking for banded demoiselles. Took a while to find one. The sun was just rising through the trees and I could position myself so that was the backdrop. Taken today in Leeds, Yorkshire
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Oliver C Wright 4h
Replying to @the4ts
I loved it too! Was surprised at all the internet hate of the last season. The dire wolf scene at the brought a tear to my eye too!
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Oliver C Wright 4h
Good work that man! They are a beautiful looking moth. Only seen one myself.
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Oliver C Wright 7h
It can get cold. -38C air temperature is the coldest I've had there and I think I have had it that cold maybe 4 times. I'm up early to see if I can find demoiselles with dew. Dog is looking at me like 'really - up at this time?'
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Oliver C Wright 12h
I find those layers and masks rather confusing!
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Oliver C Wright 12h
I just just select the layers then click edit > stack. My stacks are generally too big to do it manually.
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Oliver C Wright 12h
I use photoshop for mine. It works well most of the time!
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Oliver C Wright 12h
Replying to @PhotographyJags
TBH I've done the same. Haven't photographed one for years and this morning I was looking for banded demoiselles. But the raindrops on this one made me stop for a moment and I'm glad I did.
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Oliver C Wright 12h
All the camera is doing is taking the images. You then have to do the stacking with software. It's a very complex process that the software does but it's very easy for us to do. I need to do another video which shows the process!
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Oliver C Wright 15h
Cheers! I just ran with possible ID in the end.
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Oliver C Wright 17h
Replying to @SophieCarrPhoto
You could always bring the dog :-)
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Oliver C Wright 18h
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Oliver C Wright 21h
Replying to @MiradorDesign
Yes it really does. Plus this was early morning so I could use a tripod etc. Gets a bit more challenging later in the day and everything becomes active and you have to go handheld... Here's a video of doing handheld stacks of jumping spiders.
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Oliver C Wright 21h
Replying to @MiradorDesign
Cheers :) It was quite bright by this point so I shoot at f/11 so I managed it in 12 shots.
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Oliver C Wright 23h
Banded demoiselle from the weekend. A stacked shot was taken in the field (Woodlesford, Yorkshire). A short video showing the habitat and photography set up is here;
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