The Butterfly Effect

Spent a short time this afternoon shooting over my fence into an area of overgrown land that borders my back garden trying to get a few of the butterflies that are common there at this time of year. They’re certainly tricky to shoot but I was able to get a Tortoiseshell Butterfly, a Peacock Butterfly and a Large White.

Shot with a Sony A9ii with the 100-400 f4.5 to 5.6 G Master at the 400mm end and with the APSC mode engaged it gave me a focal length of 600mm. With a further heavy crop in Lightroom this is the result:

Images (c) Ian Forsyth

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Published by ian forsyth photography

Press and Documentary photographer covering the North of England. Stringer & contributor for Getty Images News. Prints are available to buy on my website.

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