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Jan 19, 2009 20:46 |  #1

What are you looking at?

rebel xti, canon 60/2.8 macro lens


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Jan 20, 2009 06:07 |  #2

I like this, but with a closer crop and a bit more contrast it could be even better!


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Jan 21, 2009 15:41 |  #3

such a good photo agree with the closer crop and it would be even better
possibly a bit over to the left of the frame, not too much but some so it gives the illusion it's going that way.
Just an idea :)


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Jan 22, 2009 14:53 |  #4

That's the weirdest rebel xti, canon 60/2.8 macro lens I have ever seen! :)

Nice shot, but I also agree... needs to be closer.


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Jan 22, 2009 18:45 |  #5

nice


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Jan 23, 2009 18:25 |  #6

I have one of those hermits in my tank!


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Jan 24, 2009 04:08 |  #7

Thanks for the feedback!

here's a cropped version, and a second funny shot.

This guy was photographed near a tide pool south of La Pelouse Bay in Maui


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Jan 24, 2009 22:55 |  #8

boblybill wrote in post #7164329 (external link)
That's the weirdest rebel xti, canon 60/2.8 macro lens I have ever seen! :)

I have no idea why, but that made my night! I really lol-ed (hmm?). Anyway, great hermit crab. The second one looks like he is asking you a question. more space to the right in your crops may make them nicer.


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Jan 24, 2009 23:01 |  #9

That second one there looks like he's filling his shell!


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Jan 30, 2009 12:49 |  #10

The second one is hilarious! That one works very well as a centered shot.

For the first picture I'm in agreement with those who have mentioned a crop putting the crab on the left thirdish of the frame and have some room on the right side.




  
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Jan 31, 2009 02:38 |  #11

love the cropped ones well done


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