Banana Plant (Musa ...?) & Hyalophora Cecropia

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  1. photo28

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    35mm
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    2. Hyalophora Cecropia
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    Used Photoshop to bring out the subject to grab the eye more.. Tweaked Exposure / Gamma... Little more saturation and brightness...

    Let me know what you think
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    Thanks, I definitely like what you did with the exposure, brightness, and lighting stuff.
    It may be just me (if you don't see these every day in your house you wouldn't realize..:lol:), I think it's a bit to saturated for me. The lighting you did is great though, thanks.

    EDIT: actually I like the saturation... I thinks it's a tins over exposed on the branch the moth is on and on the white of her wing.
     
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    Yeah I dont see these very often so Im not an expert on them :D But Im glad you like it.
     

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