|Copyright: Aamer Ahmed (Kheshkiwaal)
|Date Taken: 2009-10-31|
|Exposure: f/4, 1/160 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Theme(s): Camouflage [view contributor(s)]|
|Date Submitted: 2013-07-13 20:45|
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|A small butterfly sitting on a small wild flower...|
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蝴蝶照的很美 也令人感覺涼爽 拍的有另一種清涼的意境
I add your butterfly to my theme "camouflage" thanks for sharing it,
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Greetings from South Africa,
- [2013-07-14 13:34]
Hi Ahmed,a very nice and particular capture in a very difficult light and position,a good exposure and excellent details too,you cut a bit the wing but no problem,nobody is perfect..ehehe...have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
Ingrid is right about the notes. I go further. Terms of Service asks us for writing meaningful notes. Please read it again: Photographer's Notes: All photos must contain a note of a minimum of 40 characters in order to be uploaded. Only meaningful notes will be considered, so please do not try to get around the issue by posting nonsense such as "fhgdfhd rthdfjgbnd fgjkfk". The following other nonsensical notes will also be deemed inappropriate: using your camera description / exif data as a note, clicking the space bar until you have reached 40 characters, repeating the same words or partial phrases over and over e.g.: "this is a flower this is a flower" and finally: notes that merely describe the obvious, e.g. : " this is a man standing in front of a church". Notes that fit any of the above criteria may be subject to deletion by our moderators. We all agreed with the Terms of Service when we registrated to the site, so why are you going against it?
"A small butterfly sitting on a small wild flower"... Yes, (s)he is... Unfortunately you cropped into his / her wings, meanwhile the leaves in the foreground are horribly overexposed. Sharpness on the b-fly is at least acceptable... but I don't understand why you worked on the frame of the image... Don't say you didn't realize the vast overexposion. Cropping the image just under the butterfly's legs might be much more appropriated, I guess. With the huge blown out patches at the bottom the image is not good, at least I don't like it.
Best regards, László
very nice pose with good details of this butterfly
nice light and lovely naturel colours
thanks greeting lou