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Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 123124 ) : Darner spring Brachytron partense or Small darner hairy darner or spring is the name of a species of dragonfly in family Aeshnidaela. Rather rare but locally common, it is a relatively discrete species, especially in females (although fly buzzing quite like that of males). These dragonflies, when they are not yet fully adult (immature) have a yellowish tint rather for the female, then green for the male and then blue for the mature male. They are found in the sun, waterfront - Here at The Pond Barral - and in the tall grass on waste land they hunt ... Marc Boucher said Meillan. : Nineteen:

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> Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 04, 2010
Marc sharpness is good, but the background is too clear and with too much detail for the eye focuses on the dragonfly. The subject is also too framed the center of the image. Maybe by starting from the original tone and reworking improvement would be possible.
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 05, 2010
Hello Nenfer13. I understand your arguments, I understand, with your experience as a photographer, what you want to speak. What you say here, I also know my dear Nenfer13. IL was that I was walking this beautiful dragonfly darner spring, floated down to about three feet above my head on a dry branch in the middle of the trees (as in the photograph anyway ...) So obviously, though she might hide behind branches and leaves, I found it beautiful, I have photographed, I knew that his position distant green, barely visible to the naked eye in the green branches would not be ideal. Where you see this picture. Now of course I can crop, enhance the image but it is not bad either, as the document to see also the environment in which it lives. Thank you very much and good photographs Nenfer13 too. Marc Boucher said Meillan. : 19:
 > Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 05, 2010
Hello Mark, I understand very well the way you see things and I share, but why not show two images of the same subject, the natural if I can say, and edited to make more off the subject.
 > Author Boucher Marc dit de Meilh [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 07, 2010
Ok Nenfer13 you give me a great idea and opportunity, I'll post two photos of natural, edited ... The photographers will be able to realize the work done and the difference pictures. Thank you and good luck to you, dear friend. Marc.
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