a butterfly at last!

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  1. dalebe

    dalebe TPF Noob!

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    I don't know why but the butterflies in this country very rarely stay still for long enough to photograph, but i finally got one.

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    cool one mate .... I love the contrast in colours between the butterfly and the flower .....

    And I have noticed there is a real lack of butterflys everywhere this year ....
     
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    lovely colors!
    Could crop it a bit more IMHO but it's good either way! :)
     
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    you are so right! i have noticed there is a lack of butterflies, where have they all gone? well at least i got one to hold it and say cheese for me :) cheers mate thanks for the comments.
     
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    thanks littleman! i agree about the crop but i'm always afraid of losing resolution, i don't know if there is another solution.
     
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    Good shot, lovely greens making the bit of color really stand out.
     
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    You won't lose resolution if you crop it... at least not in Photoshop.
     
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    This is a beautiful one, dalebe! Very crisp colours! Brilliant. Thanks Mr Butterfly for staying still for just this one (important!) moment :D.

    I'd also suggest a slight crop, though, just so you'd get the butterfly off centre. You would not lose anything in resolution, only would your photo be a little smaller. It is large as it is... ;)
     
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    thanks john, littleman and lafoto for your valuable comments, i will try a tighter crop to compare.
     

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