"Pisaury", the photographer-spiderHi everybody :)!
I present you my new friend!
(Please, click here to view larger in Flickr).
I think It’s a Nursery web spider (Pisauridae mirabilis). The biggest that I’ve ever seen.
It was a spider very interested in arts as photography, as you can see in the pic below.
This is a first…[Read more]
Very funny subject, @tersha :)!
I think that snails are difficult, because of the large distance between its eyes and the rest of its head. The correct focus is complicated. Your choice of use a large depth of field is a good idea.
I’ve seen very artistic pictures of snails in the opposite: with a very thin DoF, focusing only the eyes and…[Read more]
Ups! I’ve just read this topic.
Sorry, but I have not great ideas about that. I think to rate something so subjective as photograph is very difficult.
Maybe something like:
2.- Feeling (message / emotional transmission).
4.- Focus (good use of sharpness or intentional blur).
Thanks, @toadhollow :)!
Hyperfocal distance is a very interesting concept, @admin . I’ve read, even I’ve written about it, under the theoretical point of view of the geometric optic, but sometimes I’ve had troubles when I’ve tried to bring it to the empiric field.
I bought a telemeter for measure the exact hyperfocal distance. Now I try to…[Read more]
Haha, “The Ghost Photographer”, who appears and disappears :).
@admin , sadly, I haven’t enough free time to make everything I would like… If I had it, I would participate in these wonderful forums more frequently :). By other hand, although I’ve not been writing, I’ve always been here reading in the shadows :).Check It Out
HDR B&W LandscapesHi Lightstalkers :)!
I don’t write here since some time ago… These latest weeks I’ve been visiting little towns near of my home (in Alcalá de Henares – Madrid – Spain). I’ve taken some landscapes pictures that I would like show you.
(please, click in them to enlarge)
The first one is a landscape that you can view…[Read more]
The Last Breath of the QueenWith the cool, the normal wasps die, but its queens survive in a hibernation mode. I’ve been taking pictures of this wasp several times since months ago. I think its forces are decreasing and these could be its last moments.
Ladies and gentlemen, the last breath of the queen:
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