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Jody Melanson
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Model = Canon EOS-1D Mark II N
Exposure Time = 1/200"
F Number = F14
Exposure Program = Manual
ISO Speed Ratings = 100
Metering Mode = Spot
Flash = Flash fired, compulsory flash mode
Focal Length = 150mm + 3 Tubes + Reversed 50/1.8
Color Space = sRGB
Exposure Mode = Manual exposure
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Post by lauriek »

Nice! I like the way you got the whole proboscis in including the point. I've never managed to do that with a true bug so far!

I think I'd prefer it if the front antenna was all in focus, was it one of those that would have taken another load of shots to get the whole thing in?

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Post by P_T »

It's mutant bugs bunny!! nice shot indeed!!

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Post by lauriek »

I just noticed one of the legs fell off, I have that problem quite a lot. Once dead, the legs and antennae can fall off really easily... It's not too noticable in this shot though!! ;)

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