tiger beetle

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jaro95
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tiger beetle

Post by jaro95 »

Hi,
this is my very first post in this community. I am usually a lot more acitve in the German forums. But as I was very kindly received and a have learned quite a few things over the last few days reading in this forum I thought I would also share a few photos with you over here.
So please enjoy a few stitches/stacks of a tiger beetle with a Nikon M Plan 5 (first 2) and a Nikon M Plan ELWD 20 (last one). The first two are stitches, the second one consisting of a total of 3200 images having a resolution of >300 MP in original size.
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Greetings and enjoy!
Jan

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Post by Harald »

Hi Jan,
This is just great!
The light is very good and the details out of this world

Many thanks for the sharing and inspiration :D
Kind Regards
Harald

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Post by Lou Jost »

Very nice, especially the full-body view. The last one seemed a bit soft though.

jaro95
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Post by jaro95 »

Hi,
thanks for the praise!

@ Lou I agree with you, I like the first two more as well. On my small laptop screen the last one looks ok as well, but if you use a bigger screen it does seem a bit less sharp.
Best,
Jan

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