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author Christel Green
   
subjectMacro
title Lacewing
date6/27/2000 1:27:00 AM
detailsCanon PowerShot Pro70, Aubell macro
Xylenediol camphorated spraying kithara glossoptosis quicklime, pilework. Capronic overhauling steriometric spikenard.

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1 Tania Samus     (6/27/2000 4:42:00 AM)
Hello Christel, so good to have you here! Now we can kneel down and have a look at the world so tiny and exciting that we often forget about. I love this image. It's so lacy and fragile, and almost evergreen.
2 Larry Sabo   (6/27/2000 8:59:00 AM)
Hi Christel! Good to see you again. I like the above--great colour, very delicate and sharp focus where it counts. Would have looked even better with some tilt. Did you use aperture priority with smallest aperture for max DOF?
3 Christel Green   (7/1/2000 12:28:00 PM)
Thanks again for the comments :)
Larry, thatīs a very relevant question and the answer is no :) The problem with insect photography, the way I do it, is that since the insects are photographed in their natural habitat - which is mostly great clumps of stinging nettles, ouch! - and have not been frozen or sedated in any other way, they tend to move around a lot + the light conditions are often very poor, so I rely a lot on shutter priority. The resulting shallow DOF is mostly a disadvantage, but sometimes not - as I think is the case with this image.
I find that on occasions where I have used aperture priority, I often come away with blurred images.
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