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Author 'Charly' A voir (Id 87684 ) : This is a new butterfly to hang on my table photographic hunting. This one, if I am not mistaken, is a argus on a daisy. ... I hope it will Quoted! : 19:

Argus on daisy
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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon D40 | Objectif: Sigma 70-300mm F/4-5.6 DG APO Macro
Aperture: f/5.3 | Exposure time: 1/500 s | ISO: 200 | Focal: 240 mm (eq. 360 mm)| Metering: Pondération centrale (2)
Prog. expo.: Programme créatif (4) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (0) | Date: 05/06/2009 16:46:07
Impasse du Comminges, 31360 Roquefort-sur-Garonne, France

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> Géna >Reply Jun 23, 2009
Personally, I find a good photo of this butterfly: 4:: 6:.
> Jean-Luc F. >Reply Jun 20, 2009
After reading one of your answers, I think you're ready for the flight: 18:. I have no doubt, you will arrive before the end of the summer. If you have not already done: 3.
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
Of course, Charly I need not tell you that the wings of your becoming evanescent pretty butterfly on the left ... What is interesting here is the accuracy of the head, I do not know if you see an eye there, but it's great fun, it looks like he wears earphones, headphones, more precisely and ... Equipped with an antenna, please! Hello, hello earth!
> Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
Despite the lack of PDF limiting sharpness, this butterfly is still beautiful, though framed in a discreet green background. I would have removed the grass stem vertical above your signature, because it draws a little light.
> Romaric [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
The head is clear, it is essential! But I think you could do slightly better by pivoting on your left, you would have had less gray on the tips of the wings. In principle, the butterfly takes its time, it remains long enough on the flowers. That said, it's a good photo! Charly Bravo! : 18:
 > Author Charly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Jun 19, 2009
I believe that I will have especially close a bit more to have a bit more pdc. Programmed speed was too quick for a moving subject, but when they too face. As against it do not stay very long on a flower. So with the approach so as not to scare them and find the right angle, time is limited. I am still a hunter ... Image! : 19: Thank you all for your comments And Panda made to get to your favorites! : 18:
> Isabelle S.B [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
: 1: This one, I have not met yet ... It is beautifully presented, and razor sharp. Bravo pour cette belle macro ... : 3:
> Dede69004 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
Ben si c'est le chef who said ... It's true ... ! : 19: Explain the movement of wings etc. .. : 19:: 19: Seriously beautiful photo! : 3:
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
The head and the grounds of this colorful butterfly 'Argus' (Cupido minimus) is a remarkable sharpness. Blur the edge of the wings and 'Daisy' does me no discomfort. On the contrary, it shows the vibrancy of this beautiful lepidoptera. Beautiful presentation and nice prize: Charly bravo and thank you. : 3:
 Identification > Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jun 20, 2009
: 12: Perhaps I have not sufficiently observed this beautiful butterfly yet so beautifully positioned. I think it is rather a 'Mélitée of scabious' also called' Checkerboard meadows' (Mellicta parthenoides). The shadow loses nothing of its beauty and keeping its place in my favorites. : 18:
> Philippe.darrasp >Reply Jun 19, 2009
I am under the spell of this beautiful composition: 2. The net area is reduced, but damage is not dramatic: 18:.
> Vivianor [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
I find it pretty butterfly and what your eye: 20: still a beautiful picture of your assets: 3:
> Candy [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
: 1: Hello Charly, I think so: it is still 'side' in argus. It is very nice and well presented. Thank you to you: 18:: 19:.
> Royer.daniel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
For a little color work on the gammas to darken and a crop in more horizontal cutting down.
> Christelle [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
J'adore, beautiful + + +, a pure joy for this butterfly: the colors are very nice, shame that the wing is blurred on the left. But it is a beautiful picture. Bravo to you: 19:.
> Musique74 [G] [P] [C] >Reply Jun 19, 2009
It is pretty much your argus. Is it normal that the leading edge of wings is blurred?
 > Author Charly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Jun 19, 2009
It is a problem of depth of field associated with the long focal length and large aperture, which means that the net is reduced. This is often the case with macros, but personally it does not inconvenience me in that head and eyes are sharp. I think it gives softness to the pictures. : 18:
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