- joan (373)
- [2006-10-05 18:53]
Muy buena imagen!, felicidades por la calidad y el color tan saturado!. Joan
- monsun222 (52)
- [2006-10-05 19:41]
What a beautiful colours and nice drops...
What a pity that aperture value is too small...
- arfer (0)
- [2006-10-05 22:10]
Very artistic approach to this shot.The DOF is excellent ,the details are very good.The colours are superb.The little droplets give a unique lighting effect.Magical.TFS
- osse (7805)
- [2006-10-05 23:10]
Great colourful close-up shot. Great colours and light.
Great photo, fantastic colors bu it is not Pieris rapae it is Pieris brassicae :-)
- pvs (14464)
- [2006-10-06 4:16]
Different,but very colorfull shot,very well done,
- horia (16656)
- [2006-10-06 5:17]
What a stunning shot! Very impressive!!!
The DOF is indeed very interesting...i always like shallow ones :)
Also great colors, excellent loghting and those drops of water really make the shot outstanding!
Very well done!
Bravo and TFS
- marjan (2685)
- [2006-10-06 8:40]
Hi Joao, excelent shot with fantastic coloures. Cleare , bright and beautiful.
Andaste com um borrifador na mćo??? LOL
Excelente foto Joćo!!!
- Valf (522)
- [2006-10-06 22:24]
Nice macro photo. I like the effect of the droplets of water.
- Bufo (4247)
- [2006-10-08 4:01]
I like this pic. The shallow DOf gives it indeed a kind of artistic work out. Often we try to registrate what we see. This picks just a paret of it and gives a complete different look on thed reality.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2006-10-22 16:11]
Your picture is of fantastic beauty. Drops, curves of the lines, shadows and colours, sharpness and blurriness are perfect. The is the brilliant sample of art. Bravo and TFS.
- loot (11276)
- [2007-02-18 11:56]
Wow, what a spectacular display of reflective light. Very creative and well captured.
Again I couldnt help to notice that a smaller aperture might have turned this into an even better photo. Since this caterpillar is not going to run away at any great pace, it was the ideal shot to set up with a tripod and push the limits on the DOF. A setting of f/8+ and obviously a much reduced shutter speed would have made a mega impact on this shot.
Anyway, this does not mean the photo is not good or that I do not like it. To the contrary, I like it loads, but I merely think it could have been a stunning shot with the changes I mentioned.
The composition is great, the colours are rich, and the BG is perfect.
Well done and TFS.