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  1. #1201
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Liu, you definitely have potential in the macro arena of photography. Keep it up, check out the great macros on flickr, and you're well on your way!

    Thanks for the advice I will do that

  2. #1202
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    crab and orb spiders. (i think ??)


    Last edited by Rooz; 12-23-2007 at 03:25 AM.
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  3. #1203
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    I don't like spiders.... but now that we are on the subjects.

    The Web.


    Close up. Someone please tell me this species isn't poisonous?


    Waiting For You...


    From slightly different perspective.
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    i like the 4th shot. possibly try and shallower DOF to remove some of the background distraction. its a st. andrews cross spider btw and no, it isn;t one of the danger spiders.
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  5. #1205
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    Thanks Rooz.
    The 4th was shot at F/10. I guess I could have used extra shutter speed but since I shot at about 30 angle and wanted to include more web detail in focus. Plus... I am not used to level of DOF yet on transition to PnS to DSLR. They say we can view DOF when a button down in front is pressed; but I don't think it's that accurate.

    If that's a St. Andy X, what's this one??
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  6. #1206
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    oh shit...THAT's the st andrews cross. maybe the first one is a different variation ? don;t let it bite you just in case mate.
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    Ok 2nd try

    It's about time I made a contribution. This little monster was on the inside of my windshield, shot with a canon PS A460.




    edited: now using photo bucket, Thanks Tim!
    Last edited by TheMayer78; 12-19-2007 at 11:17 PM.

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    I have problem seeing your shot TheMayer78. I saw it once but other times it takes forever to download.

    Rooz. I took many shots of that same spider over many days that we become like friends and I don't want to spray it. That's why I want to know if it's poisonous or not. If not, then it can live but I'm sure I can see a tiny fang. However, yesterday there was a new St. Andrews X spider in its place so many this X spider ate it or chased it away somewhere else.
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  9. #1209
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    I can't see my pic either

    What host do you all use? Apparently MediaFire is unreliable, I can't see the pic I posted now either. It loaded fine last night when I viewed this page.

    themayer

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    you can upload direct from your PC using the attachment feature without using a host site.
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