|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|A blow flies, family: Calliphoridae|
This is a large group of flies, and its members are often common and abundant. Most species are as large as the house fly and some are larger. Many are metallic bluish or gree. Larvae are generally scavengers, living in carrion, dung, and similar materiels; most maggots one finds in the body of dead animal are blow fly larvae. Larvae usually feed on dead tissue, but a few, such as screw-worm, Cochliomyia hominivorax, may attack living tissue.
On tripod, files format Raw
Whit tamron 90mm f/2.8 macro
shuffle speed 1/320s at f/20
Convert raw to tiff with nikon capture
with photoshop, enchance sharpness, auto-level.. Reduce noise with neat image, convert RVG tosRVG, crop and save in jpeg
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Une excellente photo en macro,les couleurs sont justes et parfaitements exposées ainsi que les détails.. Félicitations pour la belle composition.
Merci et bravo...JP
Nice shot. The head and thorax are very sharp and detailed. Good color with an interesting POV and framing. Difficult to expose right with this light & shadow, but you managed well :)
Well done and TFS!
- [2006-07-31 5:24]
Wonderful macro.POV,sharpness,details,vivid colors,framing and composition are excellent.
Hello Sebastian, excllent colors, bg, POv DOF pwerfect details excllent work, TFS Kyle
Superb macro. Very detailed and colorful capture of the fly Sebastien. but the rear part of the fly is a bit blurred.