Photography Pictures: Butterfly



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Luminescent - created by kyricom


Luminescent
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  • Camera: PENTAX
  • Camera model: PENTAX K-7
  • Exposure time: 1/125
  • Aperture: f/2.8
  • ISO: 200

(322 days ago)

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A Flutterby - created by kyricom


A Flutterby
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  • Camera: PENTAX
  • Camera model: PENTAX K-7
  • Exposure time: 1/125
  • Aperture: f/2.8
  • ISO: 400

(323 days ago)

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photonut says:

Crisp photo of this butterfly,good dof

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Hanging About - created by photonut


Hanging About
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  • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION
  • Camera model: NIKON D5200
  • Exposure time: 10/2000
  • Aperture: f/5.6
  • ISO: 3200

(329 days ago)

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Entry number 99960 - created by drconover


Entry number 99960
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  • Camera: Canon
  • Camera model: Canon PowerShot SX120 IS
  • Exposure time: 1/60
  • Aperture: f/4.3
  • ISO: 80

Butterfly resting on pine needles (2 years and 231 days ago)

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still26 says:

Butterflies delight us carbon based bi-peds and torment us photographers. Pretty to look at and so difficult to get sharp. Your butterfly comes across as quite soft through all the planes of the image. I do not think this is camera shake but rather the focus may have been off. Some photographers want their images to appear soft at times and I'm wondering if that is what you were gunning for? I do think the composition and crop are very well done showing the environs of this pretty "flying flower" as we sometimes refer to the butterfly.

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Entry number 99959 - created by drconover


Entry number 99959
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  • Camera: Canon
  • Camera model: Canon PowerShot SX120 IS
  • Exposure time: 1/250
  • Aperture: f/4.0
  • ISO: 160

Close up of a butterfly getting food from a flower (2 years and 231 days ago)

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still26 says:

Not only can we clearly see this monarch but we can hear the soft flutter of wings...he's that close to us. You have a very tight crop and with that crop we viewers are pulled in immediately to the image. You have some detail lost in the black , called "black clipping" or "block up", were you shooting on A or Manual mode? This was not an easy image to get right for you have a sunny day and some details lost on the red petals of flowers. Focus is good with his proboscis clearly seen and his beautiful wings have been delightfully caught by you. The colour is natural and fresh.

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