Purdown, Bristol, UK.
Sony a7IV, Sigma 105mm F2.8 DG DN Macro, Flash godox TT350s with a handmade diffuser.
This six spot burnet moth had emerged and it climbed to the top of the grass stem. There was a line of small trees a few meters away from where the moth was located so I pointed out my camera there and I could see that the light coming through was giving me a fantastic bokeh. I repositioned the camera a few times as that bokeh was constanly changing as I was getting close to the sunset. I wanted to use the bubbled bokeh all along the frame. I compensate the light of the moth and the background with the use of flash with a difusser. Settings: ISO 500 F 5.6
Daniel Enrique Callejo
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