Bug’s eye view: Amazing close-up photos of insects

These close up photographs show the intricate details of a bug’s life in all its glory.

aPIC FROM Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS (Pictured: Close-up of a fly)  - These close up photographs show the intricate details of a bugs life in all its glory. Hungarian IT specialist Attila Fodemesi travelled through his countrys forests, meadows, and sometimes his own garden to find his mini models in their various poses. The 36-year-old, from Pecel, near Budapest, was inspired to take up macro-photography three years ago after watching videos on Youtube. He began with simple a simple camera, but over time he has perfected both his technique and his equipment. SEE CATERS COPY

 Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS (Pictured: Close-up of a fly) – These close up photographs show the intricate details of a bugs life in all its glory. 

Hungarian IT specialist Attila Födemesi traveled  through his country’s forests, meadows, and sometimes his own garden to find his mini models in their various poses.  

The 36-year-old, from Pecel, near Budapest, was inspired to take up macro-photography three years ago after watching videos on YouTube.

PIC FROM Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS (Pictured: Close-up of an ant)  - These close up photographs show the intricate details of a bugs life in all its glory. Hungarian IT specialist Attila Fodemesi travelled through his countrys forests, meadows, and sometimes his own garden to find his mini models in their various poses. The 36-year-old, from Pecel, near Budapest, was inspired to take up macro-photography three years ago after watching videos on Youtube. He began with simple a simple camera, but over time he has perfected both his technique and his equipment. SEE CATERS COPY

PIC FROM Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS : The 36-year-old, from Pecel, near Budapest, was inspired to take up macro-photography three years ago after watching videos on Youtube.  

He began with a simple camera, but over time he has perfected both his technique and his equipment. 

Attila said: “For good macro photos you need patience and an interest nature.

Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS - The photographer finds it amazing to watch these creatures close up, especially as no two images are ever the same.

Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS – The photographer finds it amazing to watch these creatures close up, especially as no two images are ever the same.

“The most difficult thing is the exactly adjusting the focus, as only a small part of the picture is sharp. Using a hand held machine is a major challenge.”

Despite the challenges, Attila finds the experience very rewarding. 

He said: “It’s amazing to watch these creatures close up, especially as no two images are ever the same.

 Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS - Close-up of a spider, though not in his favorite mood.

Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS – Close-up of a spider, though not in his favorite mood.

Despite many people being creeped out by creepy-crawlies, Attila loves all insects he comes across, as well as spiders! 

He said: “I really like how nature created these insect with such minute details.

Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS -  These close up photographs show the intricate details of a bugs life in all its glory.

Attila Fodemesi/CATERS NEWS – These close up photographs show the intricate details of a bugs life in all its glory.


“My favourites are the jumping spiders. They are very funny little spiders. They keep on the move and only stay still for seconds.

“Sometimes I stop taking photos just to watch them jump from leaf to leaf.”