Eden wrote:For a heavy crop the first capture is awesome.
I like the 2nd shot of the dragonfly's back with the wing detail and especially like the first shot of the Phasmid ( I reckon it would look pretty sinister done all moody in B+W and quite alien like)
The last shot of the Phasmid head is really good for me also and gives me flashbacks to some of the alien head gear that was used in early Dr Who and Star Trek episodes with the decay starting to ooze from its mouth.
I have only ever seen 3 or 4 of these Titan stick insects before but was lucky to see one land and then take off again and the wings were amazing also, they were the size and similar shape as a house sparrow but with heaps of detail in them
that spider was a fair sized huntsman and I suspect a little bigger than the ones I get this side of town
It looks like a fun day was had
Doug wrote:The design of those wings in the second one is fascinating.
Does focus stacking interest you, since you have a motionless subject?
beeb wrote:Could be worth experimenting with a black background for these Alex.
Shots have plenty of detail, but are somewhat overpowered by the the bleak white backgrounds IMO. A black background will enable you to bump up the lighting on the subjects a little more, which will have the double benefit of seperating it from the background a bit more. Just my 2c though.
I like the "portrait" of the leaf monster, very cool!
DJT wrote:What a great way to spend the day, time spent well i say. #2 and #6 get my interest
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