Cool spider macro...C&C please!

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    Hey guys, I'm new to the forum, in fact, this is my first post. These photos were taken with a Nikon D5000 with a Sigma 150mm macro lens. Whatcha guys think?


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    Anyone? I'm looking for pointers and constructive criticism. :p



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    Composition lacking, branch in the way ruins the shot, wider aperture should've been used. Nuff said.
     
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    Ouch. I suppose that's constructive-ish. lol

    I agree about the twig...it annoyed me when i saw it but the spider was long gone by that time.

    How should I have composed it?


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    IMO either got closer to it or farther getting all the legs with room in the direction it is facing, aka rule of thirds.
     
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    Gotcha. Thanks for the tip!



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