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Scott Marshall

Scott Marshall

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I am a photographer based in the North East of England, and like to experiment with a wide range of photographic subjects, though landscapes and macro (mainly insects) subjects tend to be my favourite. Please have a look through my photos and see if any take your fancy. Most are available to buy as canvas prints. Thank you very much for looking. Scott
  • Canon 50D
  • 70-200mm f2.8 L
  • 50mm f1.8
  • Tamron 17-50 f2.8
  • Sigma 10-20mm
  • Canon 100mm f2.8 Macro
  • Giottos MTL8350B CF Tripod + Ball head
  • Red Snapper Monopod

Assorted Signs of Summer

Published July 27th, 2012

A small selection of bugs that we generally only see during the summer months.

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Flies

Published June 18th, 2012

A small selection of Diptera and Hymenoptera. I'm fairly certain my identifications are all correct this time.

Thanks for looking.

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Insects and Crustaceans

Published June 7th, 2012

Another insect post. Happy to be corrected on the identification front, as always.

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Insect Blog Post No. 3

Published May 28th, 2012

I'm pretty pleased that dragon and damselfly season has arrived. They make fantastically photogenic subjects, if you can catch them at the right time. Early morning or early evening is best, when it's cooler, and they're less active. The photos I got at the bottom of the page were taken mid-afternoon, so posed a challenge. Well, the damsel did. The dragon not so much, as I'll explain further on.

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Macro Outing 20/05/2012

Published May 22nd, 2012

Another insect-based blog post. Expect more of these as the weather continues warming up.

Most of my identifications are done from a variety of web sources. If any of my information is wrong then I'm happy to be corrected. As well as hopefully offering some interesting information (if you're into insects), these blog posts are serving as excellent learning tools for me.

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