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xaccy 09-09-2012 18:45

spider
 
I thought all spiders were black until I took this picture I was amazed,info for the photo geeks.

Shutter speed 1/128s
Aperture f/28
Marco at 5mm:confused:

Gordon Booth 09-09-2012 18:48

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Astonishing-it's so transparent you can't even see it!

churchfcrules 09-09-2012 18:52

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Quote:

Originally Posted by xaccy (Post 1014540)
I thought all spiders were black until I took this picture I was amazed,info for the photo geeks.

Shutter speed 1/128s
Aperture f/28
Marco at 5mm:confused:

and its a small italian................

Marco 5mm lol,

where is pic fella?

xaccy 09-09-2012 18:55

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Messed up a bit there hope its right now:)

Gremlin 09-09-2012 18:56

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Another spider for you to look at until the one xaccy took comes out of hibernation.

susie123 09-09-2012 18:58

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Gremlin (Post 1014550)
Another spider for you to look at until the one xaccy took comes out of hibernation.

Daddy long legs (crane fly) I think Gremlin? Only 6 legs!

Gordon Booth 09-09-2012 19:04

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I think you may have just missed the 10 minutes allowed for editing, xaccy .
Can you try again?

Gremlin 09-09-2012 19:05

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Please accept my ignorance Susie, I am not really into insecty things and only tried macro out of curiosity. I will probably get rid of my new macro lens now I have lost interest.

I have some great photos of proper big cranes that don't fly though.

Gordon Booth 09-09-2012 19:05

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Quote:

Originally Posted by susie123 (Post 1014551)
Daddy long legs (crane fly) I think Gremlin? Only 6 legs!

Only because Gremlin pulled two off to confuse you. It really is a flying spider!

churchfcrules 09-09-2012 19:07

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Gremlin (Post 1014553)
Please accept my ignorance Susie, I am not really into insecty things and only tried macro out of curiosity. I will probably get rid of my new macro lens now I have lost interest.

I have some great photos of proper big cranes that don't fly though.

What lens is it, gremlin?

susie123 09-09-2012 19:10

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Gremlin (Post 1014553)
Please accept my ignorance Susie, I am not really into insecty things and only tried macro out of curiosity. I will probably get rid of my new macro lens now I have lost interest.

I have some great photos of proper big cranes that don't fly though.

I would never suggest you were ignorant... and whatever it is it's still a good picture. Don't give up with the macro!

Gremlin 09-09-2012 19:34

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Originally Posted by churchfcrules (Post 1014555)
What lens is it, gremlin?

Nikon AF-S DX Micro NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G Lens but I prefer to you manual focus.


No VR on it though so you need a steady hand or a tripod, in my case I use a walking stick/monopod.

churchfcrules 09-09-2012 19:40

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Originally Posted by Gremlin (Post 1014564)
Nikon AF-S DX Micro NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G Lens but I prefer to you manual focus.


No VR on it though so you need a steady hand or a tripod, in my case I use a walking stick/monopod.

tend to take a lot of my landscapes with a stick, but couldnt do macro lol id be "wiggling", too much

xaccy 09-09-2012 20:02

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think i have it this time

Margaret Pilkington 09-09-2012 20:15

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Great pic, but not fond of the subject matter.......I am just about getting to grips with insecty/arachnid/gastropod type pics.......it is davemac to blame for this......I'm still a bit chary though.
I'm sure Davemac will be along shortly to tell you what kind of spider it is.


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