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First time shooting with MP-E - Juming spider

 
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Sep 03, 2011 11:39 |  #1

This little spider was about 1cm in length. Shot at 2:1

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Sep 03, 2011 12:45 |  #2

beautiful job!


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Sep 03, 2011 14:32 |  #3

Stunning

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Sep 03, 2011 15:18 |  #4

Wow, number two in particular is just beautiful, I really like how the spider emerges from the dark background.
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Sep 03, 2011 16:36 |  #5

Wow! Cool!


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Sep 03, 2011 17:00 |  #6

Both great, but number 2 is a standout


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Sep 03, 2011 19:57 |  #7

I agree both stunning, No2 is awesome.


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Sep 03, 2011 21:15 |  #8

Thanks all for the nice comments.




  
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Sep 04, 2011 00:44 |  #9

Wonderful captures !
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Sep 04, 2011 10:52 |  #10

Nice shots. Congrats on the new lens. Someday I will own an MPE-65.


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Sep 04, 2011 16:12 |  #11

Lovely. Just shows what a MPE-65 can do - in the right hands. Well done.


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Sep 04, 2011 17:37 |  #12

Yes, very nice. Great lighting and focus here. Well done!


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