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  1. #1841
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    Very nice shots!
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  2. #1842
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    Found one perched

    Here is another d'fly taht I found today perched among the grass stalks. This is after 3 days of showers and rain that brought the river up over 5 feet from it's level of just a few days ago. Most of the dragonflies have either left the area or are in hiding. This one was among some grass and I was able to remove a number of grass stalks without it flying away. Much cooler today, as well.
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  3. #1843
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    You pulled alot of dof on the dragon, very nice.
    Hope you waters get back to normal soon
    - Rich

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  4. #1844
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    Well, I cheated a bit . I used the on-camera built-in flash and stopped it down to F11, and sharpened with ACDsee. Thanx anyway.
    Falconest174
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  5. #1845
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    Saw you used flash in the exif info, which I did not pick up in the shot.
    Tells me you handled fill flash really well, now did you handhold?
    No way I could at that focal range and ss. Oh and btw I guess you gave up
    on flickr, wanted to follow more of your work
    - Rich

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  6. #1846
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    Still working on the identity of this creepy critter...
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  7. #1847
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    Been using Facebook mostly.
    Yep Flickr is kind of a dead end, too bad too, but I don't want to pay extra just so I can make multiple albums.
    Facebook allows may albums. Need to post a bunch there from this spring also.
    Hand held in a crouch, best of several shots. Needed that flash to get decent exposure, otherwise SS was too slow for steady shot.
    Last edited by Falconest174; 06-26-2011 at 02:35 PM. Reason: add text
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  8. #1848
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    I like Multiply - the basic deal seems to have no limit on albums - I think
    it only limits size of long term images
    http://multiply.com/

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    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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  9. #1849
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    Light-Twister, I have no idea what that might be, but it would be really helpful if you at least had a continent in your profile. If not, at least tell us the country you shot this in as the board has active members in at least Australia, US, Canada and Europe.

  10. #1850
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Light-Twister, I have no idea what that might be, but it would be really helpful if you at least had a continent in your profile. If not, at least tell us the country you shot this in as the board has active members in at least Australia, US, Canada and Europe.
    An Australian resident myself- I have sent pictures of to a local entomologist, so should have an answer soon.

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