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Today I would like to present...
Myrmeleon - larva. This time to the photograph I didn't use lens turned away - pancolar. I made photographs with lens canon 100 f/2.8 mm. What important - the photograph wasn't sharpened in photoshop. It is practically straight from a camera. I only lightly corrected the contrast of the photograph.
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Very interesting photo of the Myrmeleon lava.
I had to google it and found Larvae dig a shallow pit in loose sand to trap prey...
Your photographic technique is impeccable and the presentation perfect.
I like - as you described in your notes - the "natural state" of your work; too much 'photoshopping' is done by too many members...
I wish you a nice evening
- [2010-07-10 11:05]
Zawsze chcialem sfotografowac, albo chociaz zobaczyc mrowkolwa, ale na razie nie mialem szczescia. Kolejne piekne makro, tym razem z troche wiekszej odleglosci. Swietne szczegoly i pustynny nastroj.
Fantastic "MACRO" (In uppercase, because this a GREAT focus work). In other hand, what a scaring bug!... Well done, very interesting. TFS, Regards. Jesús
Excellent shot. I cannot capture such small insect with my Canon EF 100 mm F2.8 Macro USM. Is it a large crop? Did you add element to the lens to come closer?