Nicolas Reusens is a talented half-swedish photographer currently based in Madrid, Spain. He has always been interested and fascinated by insects, so three years ago Nicolas bought his first reflex camera with which he started from scratch experimenting and learning the ‘secrets’ of THE macro photography. Reusens has travelled to Malaysia twice(where he met wonderful macro fans), Costa Rica three times, which has been a totally different experience, Peruvian Amazon, South Africa twice, to Ecuador, Mexico, United States and other lovely places around Europe. His choice to user focus stacking arose from a need to increase his depth of field without stopping down his aperture. Nicolas uses 5d Mark III and Canon 7D Canon 60D cameras.
Photojournalist Andrew Quilty has been awarded the 2016 Nikon-Walkley Photo of the Year for an
Stacey Baker is a talented photographer and associate photo editor at The New York Times