Olympus Malaysia has been incredibly busy lately with consumer activities, following up all the new product announcements at Photokina in September. Therefore almost all the weekends I have had were occupied with Touch & Try events, photography workshops or photowalks around KL, Penang and Johor.
However, as busy as I have been I tried my best to squeeze a bit of time for personal shutter therapy session. I figured I have not done any insect macro shooting, so I thought why not do a quick one while I was in Johor last weekend. All images were taken with Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II and M.Zuiko 60mm F2.8 Macro lens, with FL-50R flash. For my full macro shooting technique, I have shared my methodology here (click).
Unfortuately the location I was shooting, Hutan Bandar, was undergoing some construction work (upgrading underground drainage), hence causing much disturbance to the whole park. Consequently I could not find many insects or spiders to shoot. I did however find a few and that was sufficient to scratch the itch I have had to do some insect macro.