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flying episyrphus balteatus

flying episyrphus balteatus

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flying episyrphus balteatus

ISO 400
Tamron 90mm
EOS 350d

Comments 5

  • Roberto Grilli 19/06/2006 22:32

    Hi Andrzej,
    thanks for the reply.
    I am sorry but did not know about the restriction for non members. Does not make sense!
    About , using the software for sharpness.
    I was against the "digital revolution" but we are going forward and need to learn.
  • Dennis Maloney 19/06/2006 2:56

    Great capture...I have trouble shooting insects that are setting still, and you are doing it in mid air...great detail...regards, den
  • AndrzejL Lewandowski 18/06/2006 22:06

    Hello Theo
    Its not extremly difficult, but should be patient, sometimes VERY patient.

    Hello Roberto
    Of course i know it should be under Nature- not in abstract section. But im not full member :-( -only full members can put the pictuers under some sections. Its not a bee :), its belong to completly different section of insects - to flys :-). With sharpness...yes its true- but its not easy to make a photo of the flying insects (and have only sunlight) and not miss sharpness... mabye its good idea to use software. But i try to not use a software tools...

    Regards and thx!
  • Roberto Grilli 18/06/2006 21:36

    Hi Andrzej,
    I think that this shot should be under Nature and not in abstract section.
    The photo shows exactly what we can see.
    To capture bee (?) in movement is very difficult.
    I like your photo for composition and colours. Unfortunately it miss the sharpness. Have you tried make sharper by your photo software?
  • Theo Weijmer 18/06/2006 21:16

    Wowe, realy good macro, this must be extremly difficult, great shot.
    Greetings Theo