I am sorry that i missed it as i was on tour for the entire week from 1st to 6th of spetember.
I am sure that this birthday dedication would have got lot of favour from papa. excellent capture with pleasing composition,
well done my young friend.
lots of blessings.
You ae so sweet...and young, but understand the ways of life......from now on I shall call you Vinayak Maharaj.
So Vinayak Maharaj.....happy bIrthday to dear papa and Lord Ganesha.
So you clciked the dragon fly..........but what I like the most is the little thread of the spider web, which means a lot.
Hello Vignesh, I owe you the hand held camera as the macro 180mm is too heavy for us. You shot this with good focus but the too hard lens has actually resulted in shaky as Lordpotty in his column. Keep shooting. Ganesh
A nice capture of this beautiful jumping spider. Very well composed but I think it is bit unsharp and also a bit noisy. Else a good capture. Thanks a lot for sharing.
Very good macro of a cute Jumping Spider, Vignesh.
You chose a suitable point of view for this shot. The eyes of the spider and its other limbs are in reasonable focus.
That patch of redon its front portion looks very attractive.
Well done and keep shooting.
Although there are a few flaws with your shot,I prefer to give two points for encouragement,then offer useful advice.
Its a beautiful little spider,but has come out a little blurred.
I'm curious to know what camera you used.
(You can enter it in your equipment profile on your intro page)
The most likely cause of the blurring is movement ... either you moved slightly (even pressing the shutter button is enough) or there was slight wind movement of the plant.
With close up shots,any movement is greatly accentuated,so a tripod can be most useful.
It looks as though you focussed on the head,which is correct,but I think a lower POV (point of view) might have been more effective.
Photographing insects isn't easy,but fortunately there are many excellent photographers here to learn from.
Check out Sumon (mana) and Haraprasan (Haraprasan).
They are both very friendly and knowledgable.
Good luck :)
You have captured a fantastic image of the Slender Skimmer and it is a perfect birthday gift for your papa. I am sure he would be proud of you. You are showing remarkable improvement in your work.
Your dad, Mr Sumon Sinha from Bhubaneshwar and I met on the evening of second September and had a wonderful time together. He did not mention that his birthday was the very next day, otherwise we would have done some celebrations on the spot itself.
Anyway, please convey my best wishes to him.
Well done and keep shooting whenever you are free from studies.
Very nice present to your papa, with a lot of details and good composition. Thanks for share it with us,
very good capture with a nice composition and a great sharpness along all the body of the dragonfly...
good colors also.
BEautiful shot, Son!
Very well done!