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A couple more spiders.

Discussion in 'Macro Images Forum' started by Pete.Bony, Oct 26, 2018.

  1. Pete.Bony

    Pete.Bony Member

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    Well, not exactly a couple more spiders, both photos are the same spider taken from slightly different angles.
    As always your thoughts and comments are most welcome. IMG_0972.JPG Macro.25.10.18 002.JPG
     
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  2. David Payne

    David Payne Always on Premium Member

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    I prefer the second shot but you have not got the eyes in focus. Also 1/30th a long exposure for a stationary critter.
     

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