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spidermanbryce2006
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Hello Al

Post by spidermanbryce2006 »

Hello

Im new to this fourm, through i might post a pic or 2!

Uliodon spp
Miturgid spider
female
body size 2.5cm
leg size 5cm
I found this spider under back on the ground so i took her home and photographed her i'm surprised that the photo has come out as clear as it did as i was hand holding my camera and shaking like a leaf!
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nursery web spider
Dolomedes minor
Female
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Bryce

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Post by rjlittlefield »

Spidermanbryce2006, welcome aboard! These are a couple of great shots.

You accidentally posted them into one of our older forums, a place "not for new images".

So I've just moved it into what seems like the right place -- the forum for macro shots where the subject has been moved or manipulated in some way.

Again, great shots, and I'm glad to see a post from you -- seems like you've been lurking for quite a while now! :D

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Post by beetleman »

WOW.....really creepy IMO. Great photos Bryce. Great focus and detail on the head areas.
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Post by rjlittlefield »

Oops, I didn't notice earlier, but these images are also bigger than guidlines. Max is 800x800, the ones currently posted are 1024 wide.

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Post by rovebeetle »

Excellent images, Bryce!
One name comes to mind: SHELOB!

Cheers
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Post by DaveW »

Hi Bryce, nice pictures. I recognised your name from elsewhere!

DaveW

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Post by Harold Gough »

I love the close-up. The other shot is rather hard on the eyes of the viewer, with such high contrast between the subject and the background. The leaf under which you found her might have been a better choice. It would also have made a small improvement to the second shot, in which the background is a much smaller proportion of the image.

Harold
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Post by lauriek »

Love the second one, and the first one although a little contrasty does show the fangs very nicely!!

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