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  1. Welcome Forum
    Newbee to the forums here, 1+ years with bees, ok they are my wife's bees but I'm working on my own hive :p My hive is the TBH on the right, my wife's hive is one the left. We have not talked about making a split just yet but it's not off the table. I'm getting into Top Bar hives due to...
  2. Welcome Forum
    New(ish) to bees, my wife has a hive and I'm setting up my own Top Bar hive. I started off taking pictures of my wife's bees, but not wanting to pester her bees all the time I figured I'd get my own hive and pester them :p In the process I have become very interested in bees and in my studies I...
  3. Bee Forum
    My first attempt at photographing a queen, not so easy. Will probably use off-camera flash next time to get more light and therefore better depth of field.
  4. Beekeeping 101
    I am working towards becoming a new beek next year and a camera question. I have a Canon DSLR camera and need to purchase a new lens so I can take some close-up bee photos. Not sure what forum is best, but does anyone have a suggestion on the best lens size for this purpose? I'm looking at a...
  5. Photo/Video Gallery
    A photo from the other day: The key to taking this sort of photo is to position the flash overhead and slightly behind the bee. A radio-remote or cord is needed to operate the flash independently from the camera.
  6. Photo/Video Gallery
    Hello all. Here are a few shots taken from my backyard hives here in Urbana, Illinois: coming in for a landing ***** feeding the queen ***** portrait of a young queen ***** foraging Cheers, Alex Wild
  7. Welcome Forum
    Hi, I'm a photographer in the Washington DC area and I'm working on a portrait series on beekeepers in the city. I took a beekeeping course in college and I loved it. I would love to hear from anyone who is interested in being part of the project. Thanks! My website:
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