Hummingbird Clearwing Moth
- claudine (0)
- [2006-09-01 8:19]
This is a good catch in action! The colors are very stunning! Great details and composition with good exposure (I like the fact that its wings are blurred). Lightning and constrast are very good too. I have also a demo version of NI and yes, all the exit data always disapeared ;) TFS,
- Zeno (10867)
- [2006-09-01 8:32]
This is a very interesting capture. I like the POV, the sharpness and the combination of colors. TFS.
I want to download the free trial version of Neat Image.
You can make a copy for your exif.
- John_F_Kennedy (3684)
- [2006-09-01 8:53]
I like colours of this picture. Nice composition
- RAP (7405)
- [2006-09-01 8:55]
Impresionante macro en vuelo Mark.
Muy buena nitidez con excelente colorido y un trasfondo perfecto que resalta aun más al insecto y las flores.
Atinado encuadre y presentación.
Impressive macro in flight Mark.
Very good clarity with excellent coloring and a perfect background that even stands out more to the insect and the flowers.
Accurate framinf and presentation.
- nyssajb (74)
- [2006-09-01 8:59]
Great action photo, Mark.
It almost seems as if it doesn't have wings at all. Amazing really! Really, such lovely detail here. The clarity is great and the DOF is about perfect!
The saturation of the colours are superb also. Very nicely taken.
- jcoowanitwong (13754)
- [2006-09-01 9:43]
Impressive captures of this fast flying moth. You did well in freezing in action with great details to see and very nice composition. Very well done and TFS.
- aido (4046)
- [2006-09-01 10:16]
Excellent shot, great detail and colours, excellent DOF and the composition is perfect, I love the way the flower fills the right side of the frame. As for NI, I bought the home edition and the greatest benefit for me is that I can use it as a photoshop plugin, so I can select areas in photoshop and just apply NI to those areas as a filter.
Keeping the exif is good, but of course when you upload to TN it's tripped anyway (I downloaded an image that I know had exif data and TN had stripped it).
- marmottelolo (14697)
- [2006-09-01 12:06]
- takos1 (2607)
- [2006-09-01 12:38]
Bella foto Mark!
Colori stupendi e ottimi dettagli!
Ciao e grazie.
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-09-01 13:14]
Excellent shot, they're so hard to catch! Sharp against the diffuse background. Good colours.
- wuta (2142)
- [2006-09-01 14:11]
Hello Mark , great shot,beautifull colours details sharpnes compositie pov and bg , tfs Greetings Teunie .
- arfer (0)
- [2006-09-01 19:35]
Wow, nice capture and good timing on this shot.It has a very vertical composition,with an excellent POV and DOF .Very well saturated colours too.They don't hang about for too long so well done.Nice shot of the liatris as well.TFS
- coasties (28054)
- [2006-09-01 21:31]
Excellent in-flight shot. Nice colours and clear detail. Good work. TFS
- eruyanik (5046)
- [2006-09-01 22:11]
Great shot of this flying hawk! It looks so huge in the photo ant the pose and pov are just great! Colours, bg and framing is wonderful too!
Congratulations Mark and TFS!
- manyee (23770)
- [2006-09-02 0:43]
Fantastic shot, Mark.
You froze that moth in mid-air sipping nectar.
The details are so sharp, and the colors are beautiful.
A really wonderful scene well captured.
TFS. : )
- jjcordier (526)
- [2006-09-02 1:26]
Impressionnante cature de cet insecte si difficile à attraper...
- elefantino (14406)
- [2006-09-02 14:44]
Hello Mark, great inflight close up!
Colors, details and compo are great.
I think it's not an easy shot to catch a so small insect in flight!
Yes, NeatImage is really usefull.
- gitirana (176)
- [2006-09-05 22:41]
Great!!!!Nice composition,excellent light, colors and POV. Congratulations
- nimou (3171)
- [2006-09-06 7:55]
La composicion es muy buena mark, el batido de las las esta en su punto define muy bien la velocidad. Un bonne couleur. Saludos
- magal (1251)
- [2006-09-06 8:57]
Stunning shot, with beautiful vibrant colours and excellent lighting. Detail is impressive even when considering the speed at which this creature flits around.
- peter_stoeckl (11530)
- [2006-09-08 8:00]
very impressing in-flight close up. Perfect point of view, excellent details, marvellously rich colours in great harmony. Powerful composition, an eye catcher!
Nicely documented here that glasswing hawkmoths usually touch their target flower with their front pair of legs, while the hummingbird hawk seems avoid using any help of the legs when hoverng in front of a blossom.
Great shot! Thank you.
- jossim (12636)
- [2006-09-08 21:23]
Superbe prise, Félicitations pour les détails et les couleurs. Bravo pour le focus.
Merci pour l'envoie Mark!
- horia (16656)
- [2006-09-17 10:22]
I don't belive i've seen a picture of a Hummingbird Clearwing Moth in which the legs would be visible before. Splendid shot, Mark!
The details are great, the POV excellent, the BG very nice pale and contrasting with the subject. Also very beautiful colors and light in this picture.
Very well done!
Bravo and TFS