Amazing Macro Bugs

Amateur macro photographer Nicolas Reusens amassed the huge series – totalling hundreds of images – over three years. The 36-year-old Spaniard scoured the planet finding new bugs to photograph in his studio using an intricate set up. He even had to stay awake 24 hours to snare wild insects he desperately needed to complete his collection of unique bug images. Each one takes Nicolas between 20 and a staggering 200 shots to compose through a complex process named stacking.

Amateur macro photographer Nicolas Reusens amassed the huge series - totalling hundreds of images - over three years. The 36-year-old Spaniard scoured the planet finding new bugs to photograph in his studio using an intricate set up. He even had to stay awake 24 hours to snare wild insects he desperately needed to complete his collection of unique bug images. Each one takes Nicolas between 20 and a staggering 200 shots to compose through a complex process named stacking.

Amateur macro photographer Nicolas Reusens amassed the huge series - totalling hundreds of images - over three years. The 36-year-old Spaniard scoured the planet finding new bugs to photograph in his studio using an intricate set up. He even had to stay awake 24 hours to snare wild insects he desperately needed to complete his collection of unique bug images. Each one takes Nicolas between 20 and a staggering 200 shots to compose through a complex process named stacking.

Amateur macro photographer Nicolas Reusens amassed the huge series - totalling hundreds of images - over three years. The 36-year-old Spaniard scoured the planet finding new bugs to photograph in his studio using an intricate set up. He even had to stay awake 24 hours to snare wild insects he desperately needed to complete his collection of unique bug images. Each one takes Nicolas between 20 and a staggering 200 shots to compose through a complex process named stacking.

Amateur macro photographer Nicolas Reusens amassed the huge series - totalling hundreds of images - over three years. The 36-year-old Spaniard scoured the planet finding new bugs to photograph in his studio using an intricate set up. He even had to stay awake 24 hours to snare wild insects he desperately needed to complete his collection of unique bug images. Each one takes Nicolas between 20 and a staggering 200 shots to compose through a complex process named stacking.