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  1. #7371
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    my first spider pics of the new season. bugs starting to come out now. very exciting.



    this ones about a 50% crop. shows a slight misfocus.

    Last edited by Rooz; 10-16-2008 at 02:11 AM.
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  2. #7372
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    Nicce moonshot Tomcat!

    Nice bugs as always Rooz, its so wierd that you guys have spring down there when winter is just about to start here. Days with 3hours of sunlight are approaching.
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  3. #7373
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    Rooz, Since you are the resident bug expert.....Are the black dots on his head eyes? If so are those eyes on the top of his head?

    Anyway, here is another shot from my trip.


    I took a tour of the Mariners (Local profesional baseball team) field while I was there.
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  4. #7374
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    Wow, ESP that almost hurts to look at! Haha, I absolutely love it though!
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  5. #7375
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    Thanks for the comments.

    It was just being in the right place at the right time.

  6. #7376
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcat View Post
    Thanks for the comments.

    It was just being in the right place at the right time.
    You can say that again. I was just thinking different ways try a simaler shot. I gave up on that idea pretty quick. (All though, it is a full moon here tonight and I know if I hear a helicopter I will be running outside and trying.)
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  7. #7377
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    I've been thinking about how to get more shots like this. If you are near an airport you could stake-out the glide path and find a location where the moon and the planes intersect. I have such place I can do this, but I'm not usually in that area at night. I'm usually at home when it gets dark.

  8. #7378
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    I just liked this one.

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  9. #7379
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    I captured a couple of tiny spiders in the house and held them captive in a jar till I was in the mood. Here's some shots from their moment of freedom. Not one of our dangerous species but I was shaking like a leaf anyway.

    I thought a rough wood background would suit, don't know what you think. Spider was about 6mm long body only. Slight crop, F32.

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  10. #7380
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    nice shot DPR. just remember that you lose more than 60% of the tammies sharpness at f32. if you want to expose more detail, you are better off using flash.

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