Butterfly

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  1. ClarkKent

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    I am on vacation, and on the way to my destination I found beautiful garden. I found this little guy and couldn't resist. I used my usual camera with a 70-300 mm lens. This was taken at 300 mm, 100 ISO setting at about 50th of a sec, and f 5.6 ish I believe. I was trying to attain the colour in the insect. The serenity of this place is unbelievable, just great. So how did I do, does this work?

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    Its a pretty neat butterfly and photo, but I'm afraid that its...well whatever that word is for shiny changing colors, is working against you. It seems unbalanced with only 3/5 of the butterfly the same color.

    DOF-wise, I like it!

    Hey is that an EOS 1dmkii you have? *drooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool*
     
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    Please read the forum guidlines before posting. Please be specific as to what you would like us to comment on. Thanks.
     
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    Hey is that an EOS 1dmkii you have? *drooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool*[/QUOTE]

    Yes it is the Canon EOS 1D Mark II...and so far I am pretty happy with it
     

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