Can you see me now
- ridvan (5205)
- [2007-05-29 5:48]
selam ganesh; amazing shot and nice compo with beautiful colours but there is not clear on the face good POV and good focus of the dragonlfly. TFS
This is a good effort but not the ideal, considering you have such a powerful lens at your disposal, Ganesan.
I would suggest you take a series of shots of a subject like this, changing Tv, Ev settings frequently and even varying distances from the subject. Then compare all of them with each other and determine how each of them has turned out and why.
Your exif data should give a fairly good idea about your own performance.
Hope you do not mind my being frank. I am no expert and can only make suggestions as per my limited knowledge.
Very interesting macro shot. I do wish the whole head was focused - that would have made it really great. TFS.
- nick27 (299)
- [2007-05-29 10:16]
A nice shot Ganesh, Although a little out of focus the subject is wonderful as is the POV.
- marmottelolo (14697)
- [2007-05-29 12:26]
c'est etonnant qu'il n'y ai pas plus de netteté alors que l'on devine assez bien les facettes de yeux!avez vous utilisé un logiciel pour retoucher le bruit?
- joey (24909)
- [2007-05-30 4:05]
Great composition aswell.
Nice macro though the focus is not wholly well achieved. Yet is a great POV and composition.
My compliments and TFS
- cam (360)
- [2007-06-15 12:36]
I like the very close point of view that you are showing us here,unusual.
We rarely see thoses eyes so close.
Personnaly,I will have prefer the choice of a smaller aperture in order to get more sharpness,specially between the eeyes and the piece of wood on which it is standing.