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The photographer captures incredible close-up shots of a jumping spider that shows every hair and eye

Close encounter of the arachnid type: the photographer captures incredible enlarged shots of a jumping spider that shows each hair and eye with magnificent details

  • Professional photographer Calvin Taylor Lee takes spooky close-ups
  • His latest model is a small jumping spider that belongs to the species Hyllus diardi.
  • Lee captured the stunning shot at home with a Sony a7RII digital camera
  • Among his other themes are horseflies, common wasps and ghost mantis.

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Professional photographer Calvin Taylor Lee has captured amazing close-up shots of a jumping spider that shows all its fine hair and eyes with magnificent details.

The small model, which belongs to the species Hyllus diardi, has four pairs of eyes that give it incredible insight to help catch its prey.

If the current images were not incredible enough, Lee believes he can get even closer next time.

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Professional photographer Calvin Taylor Lee has captured amazing close-up shots of a jumping spider that shows each of his fine hair and eyes with magnificent details.

Professional photographer Calvin Taylor Lee has captured amazing close-up shots of a jumping spider that shows all its fine hair and eyes with magnificent details.

The small model, which belongs to the species Hyllus diardi, has four pairs of eyes that give it incredible insight to help catch its prey.

The small model, which belongs to the species Hyllus diardi, has four pairs of eyes that give it incredible insight to help catch its prey.

The small model, which belongs to the species Hyllus diardi, has four pairs of eyes that give it incredible insight to help catch its prey.

The professional photographer enjoys taking the calls & # 39; macro & # 39 ;, or extreme close-up, of creepy bugs in his spare time.

He took the stunning photo of the jumping spider on a recent day off.

Lee, who comes from Scunthorpe in Lincolnshire, said it took only four attempts to capture an image of the spider he was happy with.

He added that he thinks another attempt could see him approach up to 30 millimeters closer with the crop.

The photo was taken at Mr. Lee's house, using a Sony a7RII digital camera with a macro lens.

However, Lee doesn't just take pictures of spiders; His other subjects have closely included flies, wasps and mantis ghosts.

If the current images were not incredible enough, Lee acknowledges that he can get even closer to the small arachnid models next time.

If the current images were not incredible enough, Lee acknowledges that he can get even closer to the small arachnid models next time.

If the current images were not incredible enough, Lee acknowledges that he can get even closer to the small arachnid models next time.

Lee, a native of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, said it took only four attempts to capture an image of the spider he was happy with. In the photo, the jumping spider

Lee, a native of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, said it took only four attempts to capture an image of the spider he was happy with. In the photo, the jumping spider

Lee, a native of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, said it took only four attempts to capture an image of the spider he was happy with. In the photo, the jumping spider

He added that he believes another attempt could see him approach up to 30 millimeters. In the photo, a different arachnid captured by Mr. Lee, this being a real jumping spider

He added that he believes another attempt could see him approach up to 30 millimeters. In the photo, a different arachnid captured by Mr. Lee, this being a real jumping spider

He added that he believes another attempt could see him approach up to 30 millimeters. In the photo, a different arachnid captured by Mr. Lee, this being a real jumping spider

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However, Lee doesn't just take pictures of spiders; His other subjects have closely included flies, wasps and mantis ghosts.

In the photo, a horsefly

In the photo, a horsefly

In the photo, a horsefly

In the photo, a common wasp, also known as & # 39; Vespula vulgaris & # 39;

In the photo, a common wasp, also known as & # 39; Vespula vulgaris & # 39;

In the image, a bumblebee of the species Bombus lapidarius

In the image, a bumblebee of the species Bombus lapidarius

In the photo on the left, a common wasp – or & # 39; Vespula vulgaris & # 39; – and, on the right, a bumblebee of the species Bombus lapidarius

In the image, a close-up of Heterochaeta orientalis, the giant mantis of the African stick

In the image, a close-up of Heterochaeta orientalis, the giant mantis of the African stick

In the image, a close-up of Heterochaeta orientalis, the giant mantis of the African stick

In the photo, Phyllokra paradoxa, which is commonly known as the phantom mantis

In the photo, Phyllokra paradoxa, which is commonly known as the phantom mantis

In the photo, Phyllokra paradoxa, which is commonly known as the phantom mantis

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