Bug on a Leaf - C&C

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  1. agc970

    agc970 TPF Noob!

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    Well I am rather new to TPF but I'd love some advice/tips on my photo :)

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    What do you think??
     
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    ShotwellPhotography TPF Noob!

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    The first thing i noticed is that the tip of the wing is cut out of the frame. If that wing were int there it would be pretty good.
     
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    omg you know i have looked at this photo a million times and NEVER noticed that!!! Thank you!! It always helps to have another pair of eyes look at your photos :)
     
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    Except for the wing clip, i like the photo! Nice shadow coming off the fly! TFS
     
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    HikinMike No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I'm not a macro guy. If you want to start shooting macros, I would try and get closer (obviously) and have some eye contact to the viewer, I guess in this case it would be many eyes!
     
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    mike,

    i'm not sure what you mean by "eye contact to the viewer"... do you mean it should be looking into the bugs eyes? i suppose that would have made a nice shot as well, i didn't think of that!

    also, i couldn't get in any closer unfortunately, as this was shot with a point & shoot! lol i don't have a macro lens quite yet since i'm just starting out! so my attempts at macro photography are all done with the "macro" feature on a p&s... sad, i know :(

    thanks for your tips! :)
     

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