|Copyright: Josep Mares Huerta (CENT-TRETZE)
|Date Taken: 2007-08-19|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2007-08-22 3:30|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [Spanish]|
|I captured this grasshopper and in spite of made credit several shots good of definition has not gone out, nevertheless it looks like to me a copy(specimen) for my rare(strange) one given the length of his(her,your) back legs. It(he,she) me has not been possible either to identify it with any of the means which I have. Maybe someone of the companions knows about that animal(rude) it(he,she) treats itself(himself,herself). There will be been grateful the inormación that they could give us.|
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- [2007-08-22 4:23]
Josesp, very difficult shot and you have made is very good the colors are good and you have managed well against the light. wEll done Ganesh
I almost couldn't see him. Saturation O Plenty for a sensitive eye eh? They are all over the world this year. I am hoping it isn't a "sign". Sell your stocks...build a Golden Calf! Nice shot Josep!
- [2007-08-23 11:29]
green crickets are hard to expose well and you've made a decent effort.
Sharp with good detail.
More of a low-down POV would have improved the shot.