Beetles and more

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  1. NiTRO

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    interesting nature shots! i like the second one, but the last one is my favorite.
     
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    #1: A little overexposed, and the angle/distance from subject make it a bit hard to figure out what the subject is supposed to be.

    #2: This one is really nice, save for the hot-spot on the flowers and the underexposed area on the beetle's head.

    #3: This one I think it probably the coolest from an abstract point of view. Tough to meter in bright sunlight though--the top of the shell is blown out while the underside is under-exposed. If you wanted to get all fancy, you could have put a diffuser of some sort over the snail or a bounce under it.
     

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