yellow tachinid fly
|Copyright: CArlos Prieto (Panthiades)
|Date Taken: 2008-09-01|
|Exposure: f/3.5, 1/160 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-09-02 9:14|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I would really appreciate your comments about the photos that I post. I think all photos could be better. I will be really thankful if you can comment more accurately how can I improve my shots. |
Thanks again for all your criticism.
The most of photos that I show here are taken on hilltops to species with hilltopping behaviour. Some "rare" species are easily founded in those places.
Hill-topping is a mate-location behaviour seen in many insects including butterflies, dragonflies, wasps beetles and flies. Whitin Diptera, some species of Tachinidae and Syrphidae show strong hilltopping behaviour.
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- [2008-09-02 10:23]
This is my first visit to your gallery i think.
Superb macro, fine details and with lovely colours.I like the PoV you have used here.
TFS & cheers
There's not much to improve in this shot :)
It is perfect as it is really.
Composition is great,exposure and colour are very good. Excellent DOF showing great detail from the eyes right down to the feet,and the hairy bottom.
A very good macro indeed!
Just a bit more of a note about the fly itself will make it the perfect post.
Great job,well done.
- [2008-09-03 10:34]
impressiva nitidez ao longo de todo o corpo da mosca. e que nitidez! pena que a posição da mosca não seja o seu melhor angulo, mas não é fácil captar estes insetos ageis e rapidos..
parabéns pela foto e TFS
There was a red one, this time is yellow :) These flies look really orginal and interesting, also this one. I like sharpness and very nice details. Maybe point of view could be a little different (more profile or more from above), but even now I like it :)