Hemiptera in Love 2
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2008-08-18 5:52]
An excellent macro shot of a mating pair of a hemipteran species resembling notonectids. TFS.
you did a good effort but fall short of good result. i would not have attempted this shot at all. this kind of low light situations use manual focus. ofcourse, your post processing is not all that good. i did a workshop, hope you don't mind. tfs.
- lousat (63782)
- [2008-08-18 16:15]
Hi Foozi,this was perfect for my "time of love" gallery..ehehe...very nice point of view,excellents details and sharpness,very perfect work,thanks for share,Luciano
- Seabird (1387)
- [2008-08-19 0:52]
great capture with intersting colours and details. they look like a scultpure to me : )
thanks for sharing.
- Heaven (7912)
- [2008-08-19 7:20]
Again a picture that is at the limit concerning the exposure and the lighting. It's very dark. At what moment of the day did you take it? I believe the light conditions were quite low. Now, the picture still is pleasant to me because the low light creates an artistic aspect. maybe this was not your intention, but it's ok to me. I nevertheless would recommend you to try to chose better light conditions.
- jusninasirun (14660)
- [2008-08-21 0:49]
Assalamualaikum Foozi. Not only you have produced an excellent image, it is just brilliant when shot against the dark sky as this one. The focus is immaculate and the depth is acceptable under the harsh condition. Just wondering if the flash was fired for this stunning effect. I like the copperwork at the back of the bug. Well done. Jusni
- anel (40566)
- [2008-08-22 4:26]
Despite the lack of light, the picture is well done and has a good sharpness. Looking closer to Hemipteras, they are also quite beautiful (I used to hate them as a kid). Funny how the antennas glow red.