|Copyright: Richa Tewari (shree)
|Date Taken: 2008|
|Camera: Kodak Easyshare V603|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-06-22 8:19|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Sitting prettily, this beautiful yellow butterfly was enjoying sun when I captured it's picture. As looks are often deceptive, this pretty pansy is very quarrelsome and as owing to its terristorial behaviour, males are seen others of their kind.|
Wondering whether they are named after yellow pansy flowers or flowers are named so after them!
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|To goutham_ramesh: Hi||shree
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Hello MF Richa!
I see you're improving picture in picture. This is very bright and good balance in all aspects. It takes just finished removing the background noise.
My apologies :-( for not seeing your request for support, just today I was able to review it. I answered that when you upload photos, you can activate the EXIF fields in the bottom left of the template file load. Let me know if you can.
Your photos are good and worth it to get finished with the technique.
Richa, welcome to TN. I'm sure you will like this place with lots of good photographers around.
Shooting butterflies is an art and i strongly believe that equipment only makes your job easier but does not make your picture better:-)
For starters there are few things you can do to get good pictures in macro.
1. Always use a stand ( This will avoid shake as you see in this picture )
2. Be parallel to your subject, this will make sure you will bring the entire subject of interest into your DOF.
3. Depending on the lens find out which f stop can give you optimum DOF ( with PnS camera's it depends on the model you have)