The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough. – Rabindranath Tagore
Canon 1Ds Mark II
Canon 50mm Macro Lens
f/9.0 @ 1/80th sec.
Canon MR-14EX Ring Lite
• Learn about a subject from an expert. He or she can help you find and identify butterflies.
• Use a tripod to steady your shots for natural light macro picture.
• Before heading off to photograph in a butterfly sanctuary, ask if tripods are allowed and if the center offers special photo tours.
• When using a ringlight, experiment with even and ratio lighting (possible by adjusting the light output of the flash tubes in the ringlight. Try top light and side light, too.
• Practice your butterfly photography at home with silk butterflies (available on line) before you go out on shoot.
• Want to attract butterflies? Plant a butterfly bush in your backyard.
Explorer the light,