On The Horizon

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Trevor, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. Trevor

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    I dunno, I kinda liked this shot.
     
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    What a great shot. awesome focus and I love the little spider.

    I think I saw one of these spiders on a flower in Nevada. He was hiding inside and I couldn't quite get him in focus... but you did! Great job.
     
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    nice one ... bright and sharp :)
     
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    I really like this, great shot. I hate spiders, but good shot nonetheless lol.
     
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    sik shot
     
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    I dunno why, but I do too! :D
     
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    Wow! great shot! I really like the composition and how you focused on the spider!
    Well done!
     
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    Good photo. like it
    a bigger DOF would have been better ?
     
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    It's a neat photo, but I think I'd play with some crops. In my mind, the spider is the main subject, and it's gets a bit lost in there. Mine would chop off a lot. Left crop would be halfway throught the yellow of the flower, top would be just about the pedal to the left of the spider, bottom would stay the same, and the right would be determined by the 3x4 ratio. You still get the impact of the yellow and white of the flower, but the spider becomes much more important.

    It also looks like it's been oversharpened. You can see the artifacts around the spider. I don't know if you sharpened in software, but if not, I would turn it down in your camera.

    I think the DOF is perfect, if you go with the crop.
     

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