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Author 'Julicarm' (Id 90996 ) : A beetle drive any golden feast of its wheat. We will surely tell me of the crop, but ultimately rather tight portrait, I think I also put my subjects on a broad background that highlights the infinitely small. Maybe I wrong, or a case of gout little hello to all.



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Camera: Nikon d300 | Objectif: Nikon AF-S 17-55mm F/2.8G ED DX
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> Dada >Reply Jul 22, 2010
5: Top cool is a very nice picture very well made and well detailed.
 
> Hiris [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 25, 2009
For myself, I certainly do not intend to contradict you, quite the contrary. I think he must also, as you express it, knowing look with the eyes of others and I am part of this category. This is not because we photograph macro (there are macro and macro as a macro picture can agree with a focal length up to 30cm, I understand!) That we must necessarily or necessarily make a story visually in a tightly framed photograph. Personally, I might be shortened a bit to the left branch of the ear? We even see a thread (spider?) Which passes through the ear or a scrap! Here, the colors are magnificent and the subject perfectly clear even without showing the smallest details of the insect.
 
 > Author Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 25, 2009
 
Hiris thank you for your statement which is also mine ... macros tight framing, finally, the majority still seem a bit cramped and I much prefer to give their openings, thank you for your very nice passages ... : 6:
 
> Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 30, 2009
The macro was precisely to enlarge the areas of small size in order to bring out all the details sometimes invisible to the naked eye. And here in this photo from a subject the composition is too central to the image and also a little too small, while a crop is still possible. However the picture is not without interest.
 
> Nathea >Reply Jul 28, 2009
It is after a diving, fun image, you must respect your choice: 6: after you say it as matter of taste: 18: but the rule of thirds is interesting: 17:
 
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