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PostPosted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:47 am 
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Hello

Recently i capture a spider net n spider so i take picture of it..

What do you think guys?

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I think you need to add a macro lens to your exceptional kit 8)

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I like number 2 the most. I like the fact that it's not an extreme close-up that most people want to acheive when photographing arachnids/insects. This photo made me think how does it feel to be a little spider in such a big space. I love the creamy background and its colours, the green in the centre makes the spider stand out, while black in the corners is not distracting. Good job.

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I like #2 as well.

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i think #3 perspective is well done.


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