Common Rose in LP
- goutham_ramesh (12237)
- [2009-06-16 4:18]
I clicked on the picture and the bigger picture is much more impressive and i love the way the light acts as an spot light on the flower and the insect.
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2009-06-16 4:57]
Hi Mr. Ram,
A nice LP of this common rose butterfly. Very well composed with sharp details. Thanks a lot for sharing.
- Silvio2006 (101746)
- [2009-06-16 5:43]
Ciao Ram, superb great version of elegant butterfly on a beautiful flower, splendid light and colors, wonderful details and excellent sharpness, very well done, ciao Silvio
- eqshannon (31139)
- [2009-06-16 6:14]
Simple and to the point. I do like the smaller format. sometimes it takes two to get a point across. I find it the same way, however it says something in the smaller which I cannot put my finger on...Nicely coloured Red coming out of the darkness!
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2009-06-16 10:12]
I welcome large format too. This fine species as well as entire pictured scene is worthy to be presented in all beauty. Especially I am impressed with precise exposure and reproduction light and dark part of the scene. Visitor on the left side of the frame is cute bones to main scene. Sharpness of the butterfly and flower and their illumination and colours are ultimate. Well done and my warm greetings.
- jlinaresp (17292)
- [2009-06-16 10:30]
Thanks for exposing the elongated version of the photo, are realy amazing details and perfect sharpness.
A beautiful work Ram,
Is delighted to appreciate this picture.
- lousat (64998)
- [2009-06-16 15:05]
Oooh.What a fantastic work!!! The impressive sharpness is perfect at 100% in the large post too,you work very very well,one of your best pic....and it's a butterfly...and you know how i like this specie!!!Thanks for share,have a nice day,Luciano
- valy67 (9219)
- [2009-06-16 22:43]
Hello Ram !
Wow, I'm impressed by this picture ! When I opened the big picture, it was really amazing, the butterfly is captured so clearly that I thought he would come out of my monitor. I love how the light is falling on the butterfly and flower, making them out in a stunningly beautiful way. The flying insect at the left side is wonderful, too. I also like how the picture is divided in two in the middle - green BG on right side, black BG on left side. Very well done !
- kedarkulkarni (1459)
- [2009-06-16 22:58]
Hi Ram Sir,
Very nice capture of teh beatiful butterfly. Also the panaromic frame is adding to teh beauty of the picture. Very nice DOF. Excellent picture this!
- eng55 (5892)
- [2009-06-16 23:31]
Lovely capture.POV,lighting and visual impact alot.
Thanks for posting..
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2009-06-17 2:52]
The long Photo does look very good.
I think if you wanted to draw attention to the insect coming in,it would have been good to crop off the right side of the photo because that bokeh,beautiful though it is,does tend to draw the attention away.
That said,it is a magnificent image,and jolly super ytoo.
Cheers & thanks for sharing.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2009-06-17 5:05]
Great LP shot, lots of great details. a stunning species really. Excellent sharpness and composition.
- Noisette (7821)
- [2009-06-17 15:25]
the large version of this shot is superb, really impressive !
great details on the Swallowtail and the Zinnia, beautiful lighting and colors
a great work
Have a good night
- goldyrs (11497)
- [2009-06-17 19:17]
This is truly a shot that would spoil others from looking at anyone else's shots, Sir!I say this again, I feel so small and humbled when I see such passion at work!
Thanks for sharing this beauty!
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-06-17 21:32]
a very lovely presentation in a nice colour pallette. The red abdoment is so pretty.
The butterfly blend well against the nice blurry background.
I like the sight of another butterfly coming from behind.
- anel (40572)
- [2010-04-10 2:55]
This picture which I missed appears very interesting to me for its special format. It looks somehow like a stage with the first role well centred and illuminated by a spotlight, and the smaller part played by the tiny "inconnu" just making its entrance. Very original shot indeed.
I hope you are well and send my best regards in the eastern direction