Planaria preying on beetle?

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A planaria (?) trying to prey on a beetle. The beetle got away and dropped to the ground. Not sure if the beetle survived or not though.
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A rugby ball with eyes....
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...and legs :D
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Like the light control. 'Models' are rather reflective and you got a couple of good shots.
F/11 is too low in my opinion to isolate the fellows. I would go to f/8 or even higher.
Colors are somehow cold, but its a matter of taste.

congratulations.
 
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Like the light control. 'Models' are rather reflective and you got a couple of good shots.
F/11 is too low in my opinion to isolate the fellows. I would go to f/8 or even higher.
Colors are somehow cold, but its a matter of taste.

congratulations.

LOL...the correct term would be bigger (smaller f number) or smaller (lower f number) apertures. These are all above 1:1 and there's never enough DOF even at F11.

And yes, i dislike warm photos.
 

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