Bloas Meven's Micro Insect Photography is Detailed

By: Jordy E  - Published: Feb 21, 2013 • References: 500px & mymodernmet
Bloas Meven's micro snapshots of ladybugs captured the intricacies of the creatures in ways that have been lost on most photographers. The artist is based in Spain where he has developed a peculiar infatuation with the insect, prompting him to release these red-hued snapshots.

Meven began building upon his portfolio in 2009, the year in which he bought his first DSLR camera. He soon after honed in on his passion for macro snapshots, exploiting it here as captured the ladybugs on branches, mushrooms and flowers. His editing has made the images come across as fake, qualities that indicate his talent and ability to relay ethereal imagery in an almost magical sense. Much is to be anticipated of Meven. Stats for Minute Ladybug Portraits Trending: Older & Warm
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