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Jul 05, 2013 09:55 |  #1

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Jul 05, 2013 09:56 |  #2

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Jul 05, 2013 10:39 |  #3

Very nice selection, tat3406. The butterfly is lovely, as is the robber fly.


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Jul 05, 2013 11:27 |  #4

#1 I like the composition and contrast
#2 strange bugs! would crop the left side
#3 a lot of DOF on the branch, few on the bug :(
#4 lacks DOF, maybe stacking? (they won't go away :p)
#5 rotate it?
#6 lovelly light and composition, do some noise reduction on the background
#7like it
#8 more DOF
#9 like it, perhaps shot at a lower angle?
#10 a bit more fill light


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Jul 05, 2013 13:46 |  #5

very cool looking bugs! nice set!


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Jul 05, 2013 13:56 |  #6

Great set!
First and second shot favourites!


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Jul 05, 2013 14:12 |  #7

Cool critters


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Jul 05, 2013 19:36 |  #8

Warl0rd wrote in post #16093694 (external link)
#1 I like the composition and contrast
#2 strange bugs! would crop the left side
#3 a lot of DOF on the branch, few on the bug :(
#4 lacks DOF, maybe stacking? (they won't go away :p)
#5 rotate it?
#6 lovelly light and composition, do some noise reduction on the background
#7like it
#8 more DOF
#9 like it, perhaps shot at a lower angle?
#10 a bit more fill light

Thanks a lot for the suggest! :D
#5 would you prefer rotate to the right or to the left?
This set almost use natural light haldheld, some is internal flash and only one is external flash , noise(because push ISO to 3200) and dof is hardly to control.


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Jul 05, 2013 20:20 |  #9

Warl0rd wrote in post #16093694 (external link)
#1 I like the composition and contrast
#2 strange bugs! would crop the left side
#3 a lot of DOF on the branch, few on the bug :(
#4 lacks DOF, maybe stacking? (they won't go away :p)
#5 rotate it?
#6 lovelly light and composition, do some noise reduction on the background
#7like it
#8 more DOF
#9 like it, perhaps shot at a lower angle?
#10 a bit more fill light

According to the web site FAQ, In the photo sharing forums, it's generally not considered appropriate to offer C&C unless it's specifically asked for. The exception is of course in the Critique forum, where you're asking just by posting there.


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Jul 05, 2013 20:38 |  #10

archer1960 wrote in post #16094979 (external link)
According to the web site FAQ, In the photo sharing forums, it's generally not considered appropriate to offer C&C unless it's specifically asked for. The exception is of course in the Critique forum, where you're asking just by posting there.

archer1960,thanks your polite comment. I'm very welcome the C&C to my shot, the suggestion by Warl0rd is constuctive.That way I can learn faster, next time dont hesitate to give C&C at my post.
Very appreciate the all comment from u all:D.


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Jul 05, 2013 20:45 |  #11

tat3406 wrote in post #16095003 (external link)
archer1960,thanks your polite comment. I'm very welcome the C&C to my shot, the suggestion by Warl0rd is constuctive.That way I can learn faster, next time dont hesitate to give C&C at my post.
Very appreciate the all comment from u all:D.

There's no doubt he offers useful critiques, but personally I find it irritating to see them when they're not asked for. Especially in the macro forum, where the photographer often has little control over lighting, timing, shot angle, etc. JMHO, and not everybody agrees of course...


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Jul 05, 2013 21:01 |  #12

archer1960 wrote in post #16095014 (external link)
There's no doubt he offers useful critiques, but personally I find it irritating to see them when they're not asked for. Especially in the macro forum, where the photographer often has little control over lighting, timing, shot angle, etc. JMHO, and not everybody agrees of course...

Agree, only have little control shooting macro when I do hiking, because the time is limit and no way to set up my flash or tripod. Anyone have better solution? I know good photo need time to produce but some situation time is constrain.


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Jul 06, 2013 01:20 |  #13

Lovely series- #4 is a hoverfly larva
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Jul 06, 2013 02:49 |  #14

Nice collection.


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Jul 06, 2013 06:44 |  #15

tat3406 wrote in post #16094900 (external link)
Thanks a lot for the suggest! :D
#5 would you prefer rotate to the right or to the left?
This set almost use natural light haldheld, some is internal flash and only one is external flash , noise(because push ISO to 3200) and dof is hardly to control.

I would rotate it to the right, at least thats were my head turns when I see the picture (well actually the head turns left)

archer1960 wrote in post #16094979 (external link)
According to the web site FAQ, In the photo sharing forums, it's generally not considered appropriate to offer C&C unless it's specifically asked for. The exception is of course in the Critique forum, where you're asking just by posting there.

I confess I didn't read the FAQ, but by common sense if people share their images in a open forum its because they want some kind feedback...

Its the only advisable comment on this section: "Great set"?

I don't see how that helps anyone getting better.

tat3406 wrote in post #16095044 (external link)
Agree, only have little control shooting macro when I do hiking, because the time is limit and no way to set up my flash or tripod. Anyone have better solution? I know good photo need time to produce but some situation time is constrain.

I do macro handheld with flash on a bracket and a diffuser. no need for tripods. but if your hiking, carrying the bracket and the diffuser can be a bit cumbersome.


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