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You’ve heard of a Photowalk, but what’s a Photocrawl? We associate a Photowalk with a group of people (5-20) covering a 3-5 kilometer route shooting urban scenes, country back roads, street portraits, landscapes, … lasting around 2-2.5 hours.
A Photocrawl is when you shoot in the Macro Photography genre, i.e. bugs, flowers and tiny things at a 1:1 scale to a full frame sensor size. This genre forces one to deliberately slow down to observe the environment at your feet across across a 10-30 meter radius. Many insects, spiders, … are camouflaged by nature and hard to find without an experienced, trained eye. Today’s Hint: Look for Green Leaves having non-uniformity, discolor as an indication of bug activity.
The Photocrawl often matches that of a Photowalk for time given you slowly scout the insect world around you. At times you’re at a crawl (going slow) and at times in a literal sense you really do crawl on the ground for the shot.
Image 1 – Red Bug w/15mm Wide Angle
Image 2 – Flowering Milk Weed w/100mm
Image 3 – Spider Having Dinner w/100mm
Image 4 – Dragonfly Hanging Out w/100mmImage 5 – Red Spider Eating w/100mm
Note: The light shown in the featured image is a Zebralight H52Fw AA Floody Headlamp Neutral White which works well for Macro backlight and/or sidelight.
PS Don’t forget the PSM Confluence Photo Exhibit from 5/31 to 6/2 11:00am to 7:00pm. Please stop by and enjoy professional photographers sharing their images for your viewing pleasure.