Yellowjacket

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  1. nymtber

    nymtber TPF Noob!

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    I was outside the other day playing around taking pictures...here is one that turned out pretty nice! Handheld even! Hope YellowJacket's dont scare anyone :)

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    The composition and exposure looks good.
    The Queen Anne's Lace makes for a busy setting, but a nice image none the less.
    Well done.
     
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    Dang, I haven't seen a Yeller Jacket in such a long time.......for real

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    Good capture, but I would consider cropping off a good portion of the foliage to allow the eye to focus more closely on the wasp.
     
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    I agree with tirediron. My eyes really have to search for the YJ and that's not what you were after, right?





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    I had this same problem with a Wasp lately. Busy background takes away from the image of the insect. If you can zoom in and get more of a full frame of the YJ next time it would be better....I know that's much easier said than done though.
     

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