I won’t try to take any credit for getting a fly to land next to this Gray Treefrog metamorph. I will take credit for being in the right place at the right time and shooting a lot more frames than your average photographer.
Photography equipment: Tamron SP 90mm VC F/2.8 1:1 Macro Lens + Canon EOS 50D, handheld. Shutter speed 1/250 Aperture at F/5.6 ISO 200. One shot focusing with continuous motor drive active.
Luck was on my side, because the fly got so close to the frog that both of their eyes are in focus. I actually have a frame where the fly puts one if its feet on the frog’s face, but the whole frame is blurred so that won’t be seeing the light of day. ….Unless you want to PayPal me $200 🙂
One can never expect unlikely interactions like this to occur, but as Arthur Morris has stated “When unexpected action happens, press the shutter and hope for the best”. Good advice if you ask me.