Alex Wild on Muck Rack

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Urbana, Illinois

Entomologist & Photographer. Blogs at Scientific American.

Sep 20, 2014

@drisis @drugmonkeyblog I hope he left an honest and highly visible online review of this photographer's business.

Sep 20, 2014

@drisis @drugmonkeyblog Always read the fine print. But... engagement pictures? Really? That's pretty poor form.

Sep 20, 2014

@drisis @drugmonkeyblog Did your brother sign a model release? If not, your brother can and should lawyer up.

Sep 20, 2014

@Ibycter @tomhouslay If you use a twin flash, you can get a gradient effect with a diffuser and one head brighter than the other.

Sep 20, 2014

Congrats to Gene Hall for taking on the University of Arizona's 2-million-specimen insect research collection. tucson.com/news/science/h…

Sep 19, 2014

The eyespot of a Caligo owl butterfly even has faux light reflections. pic.twitter.com/2HsDhWreG9

Sep 19, 2014

I know a guy who is selling a used Cognisys stackshot, for automated focus-stacking. Contact me for details.

Sep 19, 2014

Native African ants keep elephants at bay until invasive ants take over. nyti.ms/1r3ihLE Then, apparently, it's Elephantnado

Sep 18, 2014

@FromTheLabBench On a good day I'll have one blog post planned out by the time I'm half-way through writing it.

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