The Red Beard

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fardels
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The Red Beard

Post by fardels »

Here I show this peculiar fly with his red beard :)
JML is made with the 21mm 3.5,
I hope you like it,
greetings.

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ChrisRaper
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Post by ChrisRaper »

Fantastic colours - very well done :D

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Post by abpho »

Nice.

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Post by johan »

Love it, much more impact than my beardy fly photo =). You've brought out some really nice vibrancy down there
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Post by Eric F »

"Fantastic colours - very well done": yes! How did you achieve the wonderful lighting?

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Post by canonian »

Great color, great background !

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Post by Macrero »

Hi Jorge ! Excellent detail, very good lighting and splendid colors !

Regards !

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Post by abpho »

I do have to say that I love how the background and out of focus body merge together. I would ask to know what you used for the background but it really won't matter since I find trying to duplication something like that too difficult. I can never repeat the exact background between photo shots.

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