Fat Fly

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    Stunning. DOF is picture perfect as usual TC.:)
     
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    thank you for looking
     
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    well, that just looks grand......really :)
     
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    One word: Perfect :thumbup:
     
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    Very nice, i had no idea that was what a fly looked like up close...
    How in the world do you get such crisp images? I keep trying to no avail. I wonder if it can be as simple as the lens, i know that higher quality equals better picture. But i keep thinking if i can figure out how to get better i will be able to get much cleaner shots without the burden of buying new lenses.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow. Lovely. Very, very detailed, and the colours and light are special! Very good!
    Are you sure it is a FLY? Would it maybe be your hover fly (those that disguise as wasps but aren't)?
     
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    well I'm not an insect person, but this is an excellent photo...you can almost feel the crispness....couple of dust bunnies on the right, detract only slightly.
     
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    Thanks for commenting.

    It takes quite a bit of practice and patience (for macro especially) to get decent shots, but I have to admit, I never really got truly sharp images until I started using better lenses.

    Keep practicing, I'm sure you'll get get the shots you desire.
     
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    Thank you.

    Yes, this is a hover fly.
     
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    That looks like one tasty fly. The yellow black stripes look delicious!
     
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    Thanks Roger.
     

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