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Foto-Foto Makro Dengan Obyek Serangga | karya Igor Siwanowicz

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Foto-Foto Makro Dengan Obyek Serangga | karya Igor Siwanowicz

Igor Siwanowicz adalah fotografer yang mengambil semua gambar menakjubkan berikut. Fotografer asal Jerman ini menggunakan teknik fotografi makro. Fotografi makro adalah teknik yang digunakan oleh seorang fotografer untuk mengambil obyek dalam jarak dekat (close-up) dengan lensa khusus. Berikut ini foto-foto makro dengan objek serangga ;





Going out on a limb: A Kyongia Fischeri (Fisher's chameleon) clatches on to a twig. From his home studio in Munich, 35-year-old Igor waits patiently for his subjects to strike the right pose
Strike a pose: This Giant Malaysian Shield Praying Mantis looks almost as though it is about to break into a dance in Igor's studio in Munich, Germany
Strike a pose: This Giant Malaysian Shield Praying Mantis looks almost as though it is about to break into a dance in Igor Siwanowicz's studio in Munich, Germany


Tough guy: This Malaysian Jungle Nymph has rows of razor-sharp spikes on it's head to ward off predators
 A plain mantis pictured in Igor's studio in Munich, Germany
Tough guy: This Malaysian Jungle Nymph, left, has rows of razor-sharp spikes on it's head to ward off predators while the Plain Mantis, right, can mimic a butterfly

Cunning: A Schizocephala Mantis captures a fly mid air. Igor studies the habits and physiology of these compelling creatures, which gives him the edge when it comes to producing thought-provoking imagery
Cunning: A Schizocephala Mantis captures a fly mid air. Igor Siwanowicz studies the habits and physiology of these compelling creatures, which gives him the edge when it comes to producing thought-provoking imagery

Lovely eyes: Using a macro lens, this Phidippus Otiosus (Jumping spider) was photographed in Igor's studio in Munich, Germany
Lovely eyes: Using a macro lens, this Phidippus Otiosus (Jumping spider) was photographed in Igor's studio in Munich, Germany

Going out on a limb: A Kyongia Fischeri (Fisher's chameleon) clatches on to a twig. From his home studio in Munich, 35-year-old Igor waits patiently for his subjects to strike the right pose


Kung Fu: Here a ìMega-mantisî stretches its long skinny limbs
Kung Fu: Here a ìMega-mantisî stretches its long skinny limbs
Here is a Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Reddish-brown Stag Beetle
Beautiful? Mr Siwanowicz photographed a Red-Eyed Tree Frog and two Reddish-brown Stag Beetles

Going for a wander? These two Domergue's Leaf Chameleons (l-r male, female) look like they are off on an afternoon stroll
Going for a wander? These two Domergue's Leaf Chameleons (l to r male, female) look like they are off on an afternoon stroll
Calleta Silk Moth
Deathís Head Moth
Not your average moth: Pictured here Mr Siwanowicz has captured a Calleta Silk Moth coiling around a twig and two Deathís Head Moths sharing an encounter

Ribbet Ribbet: Here a Hed Frog stares down Mr Siwanowicz's camera. The pictures, which bring out the subtle beauty of these creepy beasties are designed to encourage people to look a little deeper
Ribbet Ribbet: Here a Hed Frog stares down Mr Siwanowicz's camera. The pictures, which bring out the subtle beauty of these creepy beasties, are designed to encourage people to look a little deeper
A Cerura Vinula (Puss moth)
A Chamaeleo Calyptratus (Veiled Chameleon, female)
Funny creatures: Here a Puss moth (left) and a female Veiled Chameleon (right) sit side-by-side

Nature expert Igor Siwanowicz is on a mission to make people fall in love with weird and wonderful wildlife. Here, he has photographed a Jacksonís chameleon
Nature expert Igor Siwanowicz is on a mission to make people fall in love with weird and wonderful wildlife, such as the Jacksonís chameleon (pictured)

Beautiful: The Devil's Flower Mantis is one of the largest flower mantis' and takes its name form its ability to mimic flowers to avoid dangers
Beautiful: The Devil's Flower Mantis is one of the largest flower mantis' and takes its name form its ability to mimic flowers to avoid dangers


Don't mess: When threatened, the Spiny Flower Mantis shows the yellow from their un-opened wings. They are a small species growing to aprox. 40 mm in length
Don't mess: When threatened, the Spiny Flower Mantis shows the yellow from their un-opened wings. They are a small species growing to aprox. 40 mm in length
Leaf me alone: The South American dead leaf mantis mimics dead leaves to both hide from predators and prey
Leaf me alone: The South American dead leaf mantis mimics dead leaves to both hide from predators and prey


A conehead mantis
 A leaf grasshopper
The Conehead Mantis, left, lives and hides in long grass and can grow up to 10cm. Right, a Leaf Grasshopper on a bud
Bizarre: A close-up of a the head of Dragonhead Eumegalodon
Bizarre: A close-up of a the head of Dragonhead Eumegalodon

A praying mantis pictured in Igor's studio in Munich, Germany
 A praying mantis pictured in Igor's studio in Munich, Germany
Survival stance: When directly threatened, many praying mantises, left and right, stand tall and spread their forelegs, with their wings fanning out wide

Girl power: This female Malaysian Orchid Praying Mantis is, at 60mm, long, twice the size of it's diminutive male counterpart
Girl power: This female Malaysian Orchid Praying Mantis is, at 60mm, long, twice the size of it's diminutive male counterpart

A leaf bug
A spiny flower mantis eating another bug
Silent but deadly: A Leaf Bug, left, hides on a leaf while a Spiny Flower Mantis eats another bug, right

 A Heterohaeta - world's largest mantis pictured in Igor's studio in Munich, Germany
Phone home: A giant devil's flower mantis could easily be an alien sent from space
Phone home: A Heterohaeta, left, is the world's largest mantis, while a giant devil's flower mantis, right, could easily be an alien sent from space
 Igor in his home studio in Munich, Germany
Igor Siwanowicz at work taking one of his pictures in the field
Committed: Igor Siwanowicz, left, studies the habits and physiology of these compelling creatures, which gives him the edge when it comes to producing thought-provoking imagery, right

A large African species of a praying mantis appear to gossip in the studio in Munich, Germany
A large African species of a praying mantis appear to gossip in the studio in Munich, Germany
Stag beetles fighting
Stag beetles grapple with one another as they fight
A giant green pill millipede c
A giant green pill millipede curls up in a ball while having its picture taken

 Crested gecko
 A Brahmin moth-caterpillar in Igor's
A crested gecko and a Brahmin moth-caterpillar look like creatures from a horror film
***EXCLUSIVE*** MUNICH, GERMANY - UNDATED: An African species of Flower Praying Mantis i
A large species of a praying mantis
An African species of Flower Praying Mantis, left and  a large species of a praying mantis display their finery
Like a bizarre species of butterfly a pair of a large praying mantids show their colours
Like a bizarre species of butterfly a pair of a large praying mantids show their colours
Red-eyed tree frogs display their agility as they clamber up vines in the photographer's home
Red-eyed tree frogs display their agility as they clamber up vines in the photographer's home

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