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Tempting - created by kyricom


Tempting
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...at least to a trout (1 year and 43 days ago)

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photonut says:

different view in regards to fishing,different but you got me hooked.

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Capturing Time - created by skyangel


Capturing Time
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  • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION
  • Camera model: NIKON D5100
  • Exposure time: 1/2000
  • Aperture: f/8.0
  • ISO: 360

When time flies, you need to be good at hand eye coordination in order to capture it. (1 year and 238 days ago)

avatar still26
still26 says:

Cliche but well done and no dust spots on the sky. Nice one.

author says:

Thanks Olga.

(1 year and 238 days ago)


avatar still26
still26 says:

30 times.....ha ha ha....it was well worth it! CONGRATS

author says:

Thanks Olga. One good shot out of 30 isn't too bad.

(1 year and 234 days ago)


avatar photonut
photonut says:

Congrats for this one,clever shot

author says:

Thank you photonut.

(1 year and 233 days ago)


avatar Zizounai
Zizounai says:

Congrats Skyangel

author says:

Thank you Sylvie.

(1 year and 233 days ago)


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Fly - created by sirajulalamrafi


Fly
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  • Camera: Symphony
  • Camera model: P6
  • Exposure time: 10000/1000000
  • Aperture: f/2.8
  • ISO: 183

A fly can be beautiful. You just need an eye to see its beauty. That One eye is your camera and the way of seeing is through your lens. Used a cellphone and a 'home made' macro lens. (2 years and 85 days ago)

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still26 says:

I would like to thank you very much for sharing with this site as to how you captured this beauty. It is how we all learn. Tell us about your HOMEMADE macro lens...is that a regular lens turned around? I like the artistic way you have presented this little beauty and the gray background with circles enhances and points us to the little fly.

author says:

Yes I would love to share this.
But should i share it here or somewhere else in this web?
i'm new to this web.
TIA

(2 years and 85 days ago)


still26 says:

Yes, I do believe you can share the process with fellow photographers. That way we can all try this for the next contest

(2 years and 85 days ago)


author says:

ok than.
i'll put up a Tutorial soon for it

(2 years and 85 days ago)


avatar Dmitry
Dmitry says:

Fantastic shot!

author says:

Thank you sir

(2 years and 85 days ago)


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Gradient Greens - created by still26


Gradient Greens
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  • Camera: SONY
  • Camera model: ILCE-6300
  • Exposure time: 1/320
  • Aperture: f/7.1
  • ISO: 200

(2 years and 335 days ago)

avatar photonut
photonut says:

Can see there are no flys on you lol when taking photos

author says:

I think my jokes are funnier than yours, so there. ha ha ha ha ha...thank you.

photonut says:

well nuts to you then

(2 years and 334 days ago)


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Visitor - created by still26


Visitor
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  • Camera: Canon
  • Camera model: Canon PowerShot G7
  • Exposure time: 1/160
  • Aperture: f/4.0
  • ISO: 75

In my garden, a visitor. (3 years and 145 days ago)

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