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Lepasse
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Dec 24, 2005 17:50 |  #1

Hi

I am new to the forum spent the last week or so looking at what other people have been posting and writing.

Thought i'd post these links to 3 pics I took last week for a project I am working on for one of my web pages, its basically a set of backgrounds for those interested in reptiles. Feel free to comment etc

http://www.leopardgeck​o.co.uk …kground/1024bla​ze2198.jpg (external link)

http://www.leopardgeck​o.co.uk …kground/1024sto​rm2216.jpg (external link)

http://www.leopardgeck​o.co.uk …ound/1024snowba​ll2252.jpg (external link)

The three images above show some of the more unusual morphs (colours) of leopard gecko I have.

Lepasse, Steve


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Desertraptor
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Dec 24, 2005 17:54 |  #2

They are very nice shots. I've not seen this lizard before. It looks like a real predator.


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Lepasse
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Dec 24, 2005 17:58 as a reply to  @ Desertraptor's post |  #3

Desertraptor wrote:
I've not seen this lizard before. It looks like a real predator.

They can look mean but at 6-8 inch they cant do much damage except to cricks & locusts.

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Dec 24, 2005 18:01 |  #4

WElcome to POTN too :)


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Dec 24, 2005 21:02 |  #5

Welcome. Those are superb photos, except the top of the gecko is blown out in the second. Otherwise, great poses, and the color, detail and exposure are excellent.


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Dec 26, 2005 14:26 |  #6

super sharp images her thanks for sharing


You get one shot at life.Make sure it is in focus

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Dec 26, 2005 16:17 |  #7

I like the first and third but especially the first. Color,light and background really work well here.


Gary Fairhead C/C welcome .....

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varanus
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Dec 28, 2005 17:49 |  #8

Hello and Welcome
I love Reptiles some of my shots are on www.rayhine.com (external link) if you want to take a gander some are mine some are Rays




  
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Lepasse
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Dec 31, 2005 04:05 |  #9

HI
Thanks for all the comments, Varanus I have seen a few of your pics on herpshots & on Rays site, the reps in these three pics were all bought from Ray over the last two years or so.

I had the first picture "4blaze2198.jpg" blown up to 3 foot by 2 foot, I received it this morning and I can see pushing it that high isnt good for sharpness ;) Also some chromatic aberration has crept in between the gecko / stone and the background. Blowing the pic up to poster size also show some signs of dust on the sensor or lens, so a bit more work to do there airbrushing it out.

Lepasse, Steve


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