Advertisement maybe this is obvious, to me it isnt. i did a search on this forum and came up empty handed. im trying to get pictures of my centipedes and needless to say its becoming quite a chore. when they are out i go for my camera. but they are so damn fast that its almost impossible for me to get the shot. even with fast shutterspeed the light needs to be really good and i have found glare to be a problem. any tricks and tips? also there is teh matter of safety. ive seen some pretty incredible macros of centipedes and im betting people did not kill the animal to get it. soooooo, how can i go about getting the good close ups while keeping safe. or am i asking too much? any tips are GREATLY appreciated! that said here is my only picture worth using, and its rather umm...ya. any idea what species? from taiwan, lol. i can get better pics if i can figure out how to get them :?