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  1. #1211
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    Try Photobucket.com
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    Thanks

    thanks Tim, I edited my post with the photobucket link, seems to load faster.



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  3. #1213
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    iso1600
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    had to blow those highlights with the sun streaming onto his back to try and expose his head well. this would have been an awesome shot at around f5 with my strobes but i didn;t have them with me. unfortunately i couldn't get the shutter speed any higher and at iso1600 there's some messiness, so its not as sharp as i would have liked. bloody hard to handhold this sigma sometimes. love the bokeh though.


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  4. #1214
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    Yuck Rooz! Spiders are NOT nice to look at, silly ozzie. But.. yes, the photo is beautiful

    Spiders are no insects btw
    Insects have 6 legs, spiders are in another category i think?
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  5. #1215
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    Coldrain. I agree spiders aren't nice to look at. I'm intrigued... err... maybe scare of spiders. But at the same time I can't help trying to take their portraits for some stupid reason.

    ROOZ.. that's another scary one... What lens?

    TheMayer7... that's an excellent shot from Canon A460.
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  6. #1216
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    iso1600
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    had to blow those highlights with the sun streaming onto his back to try and expose his head well. this would have been an awesome shot at around f5 with my strobes but i didn;t have them with me. unfortunately i couldn't get the shutter speed any higher and at iso1600 there's some messiness, so its not as sharp as i would have liked. bloody hard to handhold this sigma sometimes. love the bokeh though.
    His head and front legs make the shot, i love it

    Actually i hate spiders

    Cheers, ratty

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratty View Post
    Actually i hate spiders
    That's interesting.... I wonder how many people who posted spider shots in here in fact love spiders?
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  8. #1218
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    Coldrain. I agree spiders aren't nice to look at. I'm intrigued... err... maybe scare of spiders. But at the same time I can't help trying to take their portraits for some stupid reason.

    ROOZ.. that's another scary one... What lens.

    i agree, i'm intrigued aswell as opposed to "loving them". these little jumpers are way cool though and they're very small, (smaller than a 5c piece), so i'm not scared of em. i could love them in a funny kinda way.

    this guy looks scary though and he's very aggresive for a jumper..bloody big fangs aswell in proportion to his body. i've taken quite a few of him and can never quite get it right. apart from the fact that he never sits still...his colour is just so dark that i can never get a really good exposure for the whole scene. then when i've used strobes, his shiny body reflects all the light and i get hot spots everywhere.

    i'll have another crack at him when i use the R1 kit and see what happens.

    all my macros are with the sigma 150mm btw. its a cracking lens...albeit a bit on the heavy side. this photo has a 34mm extension tube on it and is about 30% crop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    iso1600
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    had to blow those highlights with the sun streaming onto his back to try and expose his head well. this would have been an awesome shot at around f5 with my strobes but i didn;t have them with me. unfortunately i couldn't get the shutter speed any higher and at iso1600 there's some messiness, so its not as sharp as i would have liked. bloody hard to handhold this sigma sometimes. love the bokeh though.
    Excellent Photo.... Its on the top of my favorite photos from you!
    You first see a photo with your mind, and then capture it with your camera!

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  10. #1220
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    So Rooz, you're married right? Does your wife make you kill the spiders after you photograph them?
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