Bucket of Frogs


Melbourne Museum / DP Magazine






“Green and Golden Bell Frog”
May 2011

100mm
1/400th @ f/8.0
ISO 400
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV




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Bucket of Frogs

Melbourne Museum / DP Magazine
17 images

The Melbourne Museum was once a place for preserved artefacts and stuffed animals, but not any more. The Live Exhibits people have frogs on display, lots of little ones that hop, climb, leap, dig and swim. They're cute as buttons, really cute amphibious buttons. I needed to review a bunch of macro photography gear, so bring on the frogs.








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Behind The Scenes

Read the full story behind this Flashy Frog Photo Fling on my website or in Digital Photography Magazine Australia.
photographyfortravellers.com/article.php?story=1158


All pics shown here were shoot with the following kit:

Canon 1D MkIV
Canon 100mm IS f/2.8 Macro
Canon MR14EX Ring Lite
Canon 550EX Speedlite (slave)

canon.com.au

Manfrotto 055 Carbon Fibre Q90
Manfrotto Light Duty Ball Grip Head

manfrotto.com


Special thanks to the Melbourne Museum and Claire Keely who made their time and frogs available for the shoot. Checkout their Live Exhibits.
http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/mv-blog/categories/live-exhibits/



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