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  1. #91
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    crop and resized 50%
    Will be better with a smaller aperture and a focus on the heads.
    Last edited by jeff31; 05-26-2005 at 01:42 PM.

  2. #92
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    amazing! oh macro god! i've seen all this stuff under a digital microscope, and i must say the quality of yours is far better! now, i need help---can you tell me how i can photograph a 9mm long bug eating an ant in total darkness? (see my assasination bug thread)

  3. #93
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    here you go jeff! my best effort--(it'll improve) a moth sort of thing (but not a moth) on a fig tree. as with all my macro shots, flash lit. (tropical regions are impenetrably dark in the forest)
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  4. #94
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    a spider on the same tree. (are my shots too dark/bright? my monitor is behaving funnily and i'm judging them solely by camera LCD)
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  5. #95
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    Terrific world Sigbhu !
    Very difficult to take macro shots with low light.
    I've a flight planned to India (Bangalore) for my job. Hope i'll have the time to take some photos.

  6. #96
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiJ
    A small freshwater fish with almost entire body made of transparent tissue.
    A beautiful shot of one of my most favorite aquarium fish. Good job!

  7. #97
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    No Sigbhu, the balanced light is quite ok, . Only the second one looks a lil' darker, but really not that much. Nice shots anyway, i like more the 1st one.

  8. #98
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    thanks, AP and J31!
    jeff, try coming to the indian instiute of science when you come to bangalore( how come you're coming to bangalore for a job? i always thought it was the other way around)

  9. #99
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    wow jeff! you've inspired me to take more shots: here goes:
    the first one is of a bagworm(or rather, its wonderfully constructed home, which is all you can see)
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  10. #100
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    mushrooms on a tree
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