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Dance of Death

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Morning Spider Web with two little insects fighting for their lives.
And -call me a sentimental fool- I freed them after this shoot....:giggle:
Image details
Image size
900x600px 342.55 KB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed
1/320 second
Aperture
F/11.0
Focal Length
100 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Oct 9, 2008, 10:15:35 AM
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Danutza88's avatar
Hello!:wave: You've been featured here: [link]
Halfmoon-light's avatar
all your gallery is fantastic!!!! i have no words...you're great!
izabelaamelia's avatar
it's amazing. and looks great
Snowstar346's avatar
:D Nice! And thx for freeing them! Life's important. Hopefully though, the spider got breakfast :giggle:
nozibz's avatar
what should i do with my camera when i want to make a focus like this.
thrumyeye's avatar
Depends on what camera and lens you have....
nozibz's avatar
can u tell me the just basic thing to keep in mind for take a sharp picture of anything.
thrumyeye's avatar
Mmmmm......a sharp picture of anything........That's so hard to say...it depends on your distance to your object, to the size of your object.
But....in general...the higher your F-number, the more sharpness you catch.
nozibz's avatar
Thanks dear. just 1 thing more.. what is this F. F10 is higher or F3. pls don't mind it.
thrumyeye's avatar
F10 is a larger/ higher F number and a smaller aperture, so it gives you more sharpness (actually more depth of field (DOF)) and less light.
Spuderific's avatar
you're a sentimental fool ;)
Nice shot. Even as a devout veggie I probably wouldn't have freed them though. I'd have just let nature run its course ... And then shot the onslaught, of course. :)
ThievingHopper's avatar
Wow! You got suc a great shot! The water droplets are awesome! Thank goodness your freed them! I would've done the same. :)
glowworm56's avatar
THis picture reminds me of last year when I saw a monarch butterfly caught in a spider's web-it was too high up for me to free it so I told my mom. Being a butterfly lover-she immediately set it free.
thrumyeye's avatar
Awww...good to hear so.......!!!
Liondude360's avatar
this is awesome,i'm faving this!
the reflection in all waterdrops is amazing.
how done?
tintoin's avatar
lol cute ;) good shot.. FAVE lol.. again
Mendicant's avatar
Is that a reflection of you I see in the droplets? :D
thrumyeye's avatar
Nope, It's a tree.
Mendicant's avatar
But the spherical water droplets are reflecting everything around them. =P
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