I too shot this Daddy Long Legs once a few years ago and I also could not keep its long antennae within the frame, Vignesh :)!
However, due to this shortcoming, I did not post that image on TN.
So despite tight cropping, you have captured this insect very well. The colours of the insect and leaf match so much you could call it a camouflage factor.
Keep shooting whenever you find time.
Well done and TFS.
i can see a cricket here, right. good capture, young fellow. if you want to become good photographer follow certain standards. don't crop images like this, try to use the space that you see through your viewfinder, your subject and other things around it. make good composition. if you have to crop, do it to go with your original size, use 4x6, 6x9, 8x12 etc., intially you may find it difficult later you will find it more easy to fill the gaps. no odd size cropouts. checkout my images. tfs.
nice capture of the insect riding the leaf, green on green makes a nice combination, liked the effect of light and the composition,
keep it up,
tfs & regards
A nice capture of this full grown bush cricket. Very well composed shot with sharp details. Thanks a lot for sharing.
Hello Vignesh,Nice shot and you have handled the POV very well here. Good show. Ganesh
Nice shot. The colours look beautiful.
Nice shot with good details.
Sorry for my late response to your critique on my picture, Vignesh. I was busy.
You have taken a great shot of this spider resting on the edge of aflower that gives it a nice BG colour. The focus on the spider is very sharp and the colours are rich.
Well done and keep shooting.
Nice shot. Good colours and the hairs on the legs are clearly visible.
My dear student,
This is indeed a brilliant composition. The sharpness in the picutre is remarkable....
you are moving in the right direction kiddo!! well done.