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Fun In The Field (Insect Hunting)
Lens: Vivitar 2.5 105mm Macro, SMC 55mm Takumar Camera: K5 Photo Location: Maryland ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/180s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: joe.penn, 09-09-2011, 07:17 PM

A few insect macros from today - let me know what you think...

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K5
Vivitar 105mm 2.5 Macro
Vivitar 28~90mm 2.8 Macro
SMC 55mm Takumar 1.8
YN-560, Tripod Mounted Wireless Triggered

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09-09-2011, 10:46 PM   #2
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Nice images, but I hate bees/hornets.
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Nice shots Joe! You got some awesome details and beautiful colors. You're making some ugly bugs look pretty.
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love #2..... interesting beetle, whatever it is.... nice detail and color rendition.... beautiful bokeh...dave m

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Very well captured with razor sharp focus and vivid colour.
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#4 is the pick for composition. Looks like the bug has somewhere to go.
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Superb...what else can I say! Just love that last one!
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Excellent detail - lovely.
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Thanks for all of the compliments Working on processing some more macros I shot over the weekend, hopefully will have some of the images posted later this evening ...

Thanks again for the compliments...


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