- Robbrown (6106)
- [2005-01-04 18:22]
Cracking shot Felipe again so much detail seen in your shots of fungi,
i know its difficult to ident them, ive just spent 3hrs +with the books spread out and the web following slender leads and still no luck.
I was talking to the head man of the RPS (Royal photogrphic Society, he was saying the ident problem will not be ended till DNA profilling has taken place of all the variations seen with a family and sub groups. This is about the most i have ever got out of him he likes to charge lots of money to show people how to do picture and gives no freebies.
- edji (426)
- [2005-01-04 18:51]
Nice photo. We can see easily the detail of this mushroom. Well done.
- Fisher (8915)
- [2005-01-04 21:46]
Felipe, this picture is wonderful. The details are amazing. Your focus on this one is superb. Well done.
- radz (436)
- [2005-01-04 23:20]
Excellent shot.Good compostion and very fine details.Green&dry leaves gives more nice Depth.
- fungiman (1005)
- [2005-01-05 1:09]
Hi Felipe, Another wonderful photo! What a interesting hygrophanous cap so typical of Psathyrella. Nice POV.
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-01-05 4:22]
Looks like winter in Spain is similiar to Polish - same fungi, same browns, same dry oaks leaves :-)
I like composition and shapes of this two. Details and DOF are great. Very good work Felipe.
- carper (8439)
- [2005-01-05 5:01]
I have a weakness for those mushroom photos Felipe,
I have made last autumn a lot of them, and there are really good one made. But I always have a problem with the light, you used a flash, or let it out. But Yours are very good with the light, good colours, god pof and dof, well felipe I just like it, good job
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2005-01-05 6:06]
Great composition, details and colours.
Very well done.
Points later , out of dimes.
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-01-05 8:55]
A great shot full of details, well done.
- willie (2083)
- [2005-01-05 9:51]
Great shot Felipe. Very well presented and taken. Good work
- Callie (7555)
- [2005-01-05 16:05]
In Namibia, we have sandstone formations in the Namib called Desert Rose, strange, rock "crystals" that looks a lot like your main subject here. This is beautiful good mood and lovely colours, Felipe!
The bit of green here works well for me in creating some contrast and bringing some "colour"into the frame.