Herps!

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  1. Markw

    Markw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    ...as in herpetology; the study of reptiles. :wink:

    C&C always encouraged. Hope you enjoy!

    Nikon D90
    Sigma 105mm Macro
    60w incandescent light for lighting

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    The detail is amazing, I love #1, and #3.
     
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    Thanks!

    We just got this little guy today. Hes just a baby, about 8" tip of nose to tip of tail.

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    I would love to have one. I had a couple of geckos a while back, and they were awesome. I already got to many pets at the moment though. 3 dogs, and 9 birds keep me busy enough.
     
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    Love them all, but especially number 1. Great saturation without clipping and nice details in the shadows. The lighting you set up really suits the colours of your, um, what is it again? Herpes? No, that can't be right... Herps.
     
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    No special lighting setup..just his temporary heat light. Thanks everyone, though!

    Mark
     
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    I like 1, 4, and 5. 1 because of the detail of the eye, but I prefer 4 and 5 as far as composition goes. I like to see the rest of his body along with the head.
     

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