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Buggin' out with Thomas Shahan

23 AUG 2010 | Posted By: LifeloungeStaff

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Buggin' out with Thomas Shahan

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Warning: if you're afraid of creepy crawlies, you're going to really, really hate this. Soz.

Thomas Shahan takes super up-close (aka macro) photographs of insects – every antenna, hair and each of their many eyeballs are visible in amazing detail. The most amazing feature of Shahan's photos is the bright, neon colours these bugs have on their teeny-tiny bodies.

Have you ever seen a Habronattus Cognatus jumping spider? They are surprisingly pretty.

More at thomasshahan.com. Via lostateminor.com.
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There are "7" comment(s) on "Buggin' out with Thomas Shahan"

Respect Luke
wow! simultaneously amazing and disgusting. How creepy are their eyes up close
Luke  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member Em-T
the lead image almost looks like an oil painting. creepy.
Em-T  -  4 years ago
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New Lounger Thomas
What kind of camera/lens do you need for macro's that detailed? And cost? btw amazing photography.
Thomas  -  4 years ago
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Respect Jamie
For that level of macro it is pretty serious kit. Very specialised. Unless you are going to go pro, probably too much!
Jamie  -  4 years ago
New Lounger Thomas
Thought so, probably hard to train the bugs to sit so still too. :)
Thomas  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member rudy
awesome
rudy  -  4 years ago
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Senior Member terriblereactor
whoa*
terriblereactor  -  4 years ago
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