Respect your macro photography subjects

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When you are out in the field taking photo of your macro photography subject, it is always important to approach your subject with care and respect. It is important to know that you are in their environment. Additionally, macro photography subjects can sometimes be quite unpredictable – especially when they are feeling cornered.

So as a reminder for us all, here is a video of what NOT to do when photographing your macro photography subject. In our opinion, this video is the equivalent of a paparazzi attempting to provoke a celebrity so that they can obtain a specific shot. In this scenario, the camera man and co were extremely lucky that they were dealing with a praying mantis and not another subject that may bite/sting. We suggest that you watch this with your sound turned on so you can hear what exactly is going on…



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Lesson learned… Remember if you ever find yourself in a situation where you are faced with a macro photography subject that is showing signs of aggression, always show the photography subject the respect that it deserves and back away. Stay safe everyone! Please leave us a comment to let us know what you thought about the video…

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