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Argus Copper Satine on an inflorescence of bruyere

Author 'Gdix' : Walk to Green Lake (Cestas/Léognan).
The argus are small moths, of which there are many varieties of variously coloured : blue, yellow, orange, red, grey. Despite the general decline of butterflies in the countryside, the argus is a species which is still very good, and sometimes it's as simple as a beautiful egg-laying has been successful in a place to feed the larvae and the home of their metamorphoses, as well as flowers a little later to attract the adult butterflies, to see very locally in the proliferation of these beautiful insects, on only a few square meters (and anything nearby). I also had the chance to experience an island of heather of three square meters, in perfect bloom, which fed an entire family of these magnificent browsers.

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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon D3000 | Objectif: Nikon AF-S DX 55-200mm F/4-5.6G ED
Aperture: f/1.0 | Exposure time: 1/200 s | ISO: 200 | Focal: 0 mm (eq. 0 mm)| Metering: Pondération centrale (2)
Prog. expo.: Manuel (1) | Correction: -0.3 EV | Flash: Non (0) | Date: 22/09/2013 16:11:35
D214E4, 33610 Cestas, France

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> Francis-Sisco [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 11, 2013
I am allowed to use your photo to inspire me to its warm colors and make a painting with software ; I hope that this use does you will shock no
Peinture logiciel sur photo argus cuivre femelle
> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 05, 2013
I love your photo for the harmony of the colors and the little more light on the wing of a butterfly. I am very familiar with this lake, around which we have several times cruised.
 > Author Gdix [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 08, 2013
Hello Catherine and thank you for your appreciation of my butterfly. It is a pleasure to see you after your stay in cold countries. The light on the wing has not been added, but it was sunny and in the position of the butterfly, the light shone underneath. I went several times at Green Lake, and even more often at the Blue Lake of Léognan, the more lunar than the Green Lake. I'm going to go back in not a long time to your gallery to make you a surprise. See you soon.
> Candy [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 05, 2013
Hello, I think that the lack of sharpness gives a more butterfly. The colors are superb and the whole resembles a beautiful painting.
(I am fed up when I see the works of some great painters, and especially the price...)
 > Author Gdix [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 27, 2013
You're right you start ! At least we can say that the painting brings you something, even in its most hacks proposals. I see it roughly like you. I am very pleased to know that I'm not alone in believing that the judgement of a photo does not have to be limited to a question of sharpness ; there are many other parameters of the aesthetic to consider. You have a good reason to make a connection with the painting, where it would be confusing to carry a criterion of sharpness. In this regard, having regard to the average price of works , great painters should have the means to buy brushes in good condition, and colour tubes that are not leaking !!!
> Francis-Sisco [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 03, 2013
I do extend not on the blur of the photograph. The thumbnail caught my eye with its colors, which are very warm and complementary. There is a way to make a table very original
 > Author Gdix [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 03, 2013
Francis thank you, your comment makes me happy, because you understood the value that I assign to this photo. From what you wrote, I think you need to do some painting. This photo is, in fact, for the artists a good opportunity to question the arrangements of colours extremely interesting that there are represented... and what's more, this color is very dense, without areas washed out ! The dream, for the painters. You have my blessing to any experimentation or exploitation pictorial that you will be able to make it !
 > Francis-Sisco [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Nov 09, 2013
Saw that I had put your picture in the favorites for the resume, here I am, take a expression colorful as I post this the day after you have sent it via PM. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to dream.
 > Francis-Sisco [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Nov 03, 2013
Actually, for 10 years I followed a group of watercolor. The provision of different colors on your photograph could inspire ; I put your shot from the side... I will test without a doubt... but when ? Anyway, if this is successful, I photograph and I'll post with the photo linked. Given that I only put more a lot of favorites... I slip in my group
> Charly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 02, 2013
Beautiful colors adorn this butterfly and its environment. Too bad we way back and that the photo is not clear.
 > Author Gdix [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 03, 2013
Hello Charly, and thank you for your comment... but I stress that it is the back of this butterfly which is the most interesting. Although there is in the species 'argus' of the bunch of varieties of different colors, it is always the underside of the wings which is the less colorful.
> D.marsim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 02, 2013
Beautiful colors that are in harmony with the orange of the butterfly... ... Pity the lack of sharpness
 > Author Gdix [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 03, 2013
Same response as to Patjoe. I found it so interesting that these colors, as I wanted to forgive my photo to be a fair bit in sharpness. Thank you Daniele for your comment.
> Patjoe [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 02, 2013
The photo is very pretty, pleasing colors. It lacks a bit of sharpness on the butterfly. But the entire picture is really very pleasant.
 > Author Gdix [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 03, 2013
Thank you Joelle to have found pleasant these colors. I am well aware of the deficiency in sharpness, but the palette is great in this photo was still worth the show. I am specialty a sheller of the aesthetic image, and paradoxically, it is because of this that I have a keen interest in photos that the average person would find to be defective or very bad. I am afraid to be a day declared to be seriously incompatible with the tastes that prevail at FEI. I sure hope not, and I shaved the walls as much as I can to not make me spot.
> Labrume [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 02, 2013
The colors of your pictures are beautiful, but the butterfly lacks a bit of sharpness. Perhaps it was what wanted you.'
I put in a word for you, under my photo 'plaine poitevine' I explained that I can't join in private message...
 > Author Gdix [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 03, 2013
No, France, this is not the 'wanted' ! ... If I can say, you bring me on-catégorises... however, I wished very hard to have a butterfly super-net, and I have multiplied the shots (they were a whole troop at the top of these moorland), but the technique has not been followed... moreover she does not follow me often, but it is true that I do the appâte not much in the purchase of equipment . It remains these deep color sets the impact if a specific sensitivity, in order to buy the bit precision of the topic. The thrust of the communication being now released, almost immediately.
 > Author Gdix [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 02, 2013
(I telegraphy). Hello Labrume, thanks for your criticism to be justified. It is difficult to get something to correct my APN current (yours is outstanding). In +, I do my macros with an extension tube, 7 to 9 cm, which condemns me to manual focus while the lens is at 1 metre from the subject. Must love the complication, but hand held, it is mission impossible. Take the macro image at one meter distance has many advantages because it does not scare the little beasts, but serious disadvantages too. I'm not saying that my ideal is to make blurry pictures, but interesting my photos by a bunch of other criteria, my ceiling of tolerance to the blur is a little perverted . I am in the process of solving the communication problem...
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