Insy Winsy Spider

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  1. erniehatt

    erniehatt TPF Noob!

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    This little fella was about half an inch from outside to outside of his or her legs.[​IMG]
     
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    yiks.... blah disgusting... no, no the photo. only spider :/ I hate them... I'd comment on the photo if I weren't so scared of your "model" :p
     
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    Gee Mentos, its only an insy winsy one. Ernie
     
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    Looks like its had a fair bit of PS applied to it..
    Nice capture though.
     
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    Depends what you mean by alot of PS, it had levels adjustment, touch of sharpening and a crop. Ernie
     
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    Chiller Mental case

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    Cool shot Ernie. Next thing you will be taking pics of hornets and wasps up close. :lmao: Nice work
     
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    Lovely, very pretty (both the spider and the pic). Great DOF. I find that very difficult when I'm doing spider pics. I usually end up with just the legs or part of the web. Very well done!

    Peter
     
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    First crows every where i look, now spiders every where i look. I think i will have to close my eyes now when i browse TPF
     
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    Thanks all, Chiller I believe I'll leave the wasps to the brave ones, or the madder sect.
    Peter, this pic was fairly difficult as the wind was blowing the web in and out of focus. Ernie
     

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