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sight of dead (50)
septama Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 107 W: 0 N: 69] (363)
Sight of dead might the most appropriate title to naming this shot especially if you see the helpless sight of this poor victim, I took this shot rushly in relative near distance (+/- 50 cm) even you could see my shadow reflected on the spider eye, the skink seem ignore my present and saddly spoken nothing I could do the spider

Skink info:

Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata
Family: Sauria
Genus: Lampropholis


Garden skinks (Lampropholis sp) have an average size of 7 cm and rarely exceed 9 cm, but really good in hunting small insect and had a voracious appetite. Its rely purely on the movement of their prey when hunting. if their prey is not moving, they will not see it as edible and will not strike. When hunting, the skinks will either hide and wait for prey to come by or actively pursue it (this depends on how hungry they are). Once they have caught their prey, they shake it around vigorously to kill it before swallowing it whole. Once they have had one meal, they begin to actively pursue prey with their newfound energy.Actually The skinks body only need one prey item per 4 or 5 days, but will still eat should they got any opportunity
Source (Encyclopaedia Britannica and www.wikipedia.com)

I just update the shot in different angle within one succession. If you want to see the processes when this skink swollen up the spider just click the workshop version or just click the link bellow:
view from different angle

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septama Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 107 W: 0 N: 69] (363)
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Edited by:Shoot_Score Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 445 W: 302 N: 670] (2376)

I'm thinking we can increase the drama here by taking the following steps:
1) rotate
2) crop part of skink
3) scale up by 25%
4) wee sharpening
5) colour and contrast

We now see the sky reflected in almost all four of the spider's eyes!

Hope you like!

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septama Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 107 W: 0 N: 69] (363)
shot from different angle
Edited by:septama Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 107 W: 0 N: 69] (363)

I just try to montage all the shot I do in one sucession