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Lens: Pentax F 135mm + reversed M 28mm Camera: K-7 Photo Location: backyard 
Posted By: yeatzee, 09-10-2010, 10:04 AM




and the setup:


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a+ for your inventiveness !! this glamour shot is phenomenal !!! dave m
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Outstanding! What more is there to say?
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How about a real +1 so I can finally have 100 reputation points instead of 99

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Outstanding! What more is there to say?
Thanks!

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a+ for your inventiveness !! this glamour shot is phenomenal !!! dave m
Thanks!
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Yep.

That's ugly alright.

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Yep.

That's ugly alright.

Tom G
Yeah, they definitely aren't "cute" like those jumping spiders!
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Wow, this is an inventive set-up! You shoot a dragon, and get a photo of a spider. That's called art! And it's worth that one reputation point I'll credit you!!

Without kidding: great, great shot (the first one)!!!

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Wow, this is an inventive set-up! You shoot a dragon, and get a photo of a spider. That's called art! And it's worth that one reputation point I'll credit you!!

Without kidding: great, great shot (the first one)!!!

Yeah, a friend found the dead dragon fly and gave it to me

And thanks for the rep. boost! I leave for an hour, and come back with 8 more reputation points
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Great picture.

I'll never venture into my backyard again.

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Thanks for the set up shot. Beautiful image!
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Brilliant shot, amazing details
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Ok, that is buggy! Great shot of something rarely seen. JIM
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Tutorial please
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Great picture.

I'll never venture into my backyard again.

Mickey
Thanks!

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Thanks for the set up shot. Beautiful image!
Thank you

QuoteOriginally posted by Iris Quote
Brilliant shot, amazing details
Thanks Iris

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Ok, that is buggy! Great shot of something rarely seen. JIM
Thanks Jim. This is actually a spider I've found and kept for over four months!
This was the first shot i took of it:

Since taking that it has had babies which have been relocated to a flower pot and are now fairly large (I find them every once in a while hunting)

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Tutorial please
Sure, just be more specific
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