Spider/mandarin tree

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  1. Robstar1619

    Robstar1619 TPF Noob!

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    Took these pics today.
    The spider pics are the best i have taken with the 50mm lens...i wish got the 100mm macro lens.
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    Under the Mandarin tree.
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    Adding 2 more pics of the spider.I know they are not in focus but it was the best i could do with the 55mm standard lens that i got.
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    lots of images in here :)

    the last one is not the sharpest, but to me it is the best since there is a lot of contrast between the spider and the green background. this is something the other images lack.
     
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    You mean to make more contrast so as the background will be more fuzzy like so as the spider will stand out more?
     

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