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Flying Bee

By lvphotogallery
To capture this image of Bee, i had stay in the same place for nearly 40 minutes. i hope well woth it.
There is small blur. i hope you guys like it

pls comment

thx for viewing

Tags: Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature Close up natueand close up Bee

Voters: Chinga, SteveH1978, oll1e and 1 more


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Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2011 12:38AM
Nice one!
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SteveH1978 6 2 3 England
13 Aug 2011 9:11AM
Nice shot, great patience. The blur adds a sense of movement to it actually, really like it.

Steve
13 Aug 2011 4:03PM
Great shot of this hoverfly!
Sam.
iancatch 9 4 45 England
13 Aug 2011 6:29PM
Its a shame its blurred and it isnt motion blur so adds nothing to the image of the HOVERFLY not bee. also the insect is on the wrong side of the image and makes it looks unbalanced. with this kind of space the subject should always be moving into the space and not out of it. As the bg is out of focus (which it should be for this type of shot) it would be easy to put the space in front of the hoverfly by extending the image on the right and then cloning more bg into this space using the bg from the left. The image can then be re-cropped to re compose the insect on the left giving it space to fly into. You could also try adding some motion blur to give some sense of that speed mentioned above.

Hope this helps

Ian

Quote:Its a shame its blurred and it isnt motion blur so adds nothing to the image of the HOVERFLY not bee. also the insect is on the wrong side of the image and makes it looks unbalanced. with this kind of space the subject should always be moving into the space and not out of it. As the bg is out of focus (which it should be for this type of shot) it would be easy to put the space in front of the hoverfly by extending the image on the right and then cloning more bg into this space using the bg from the left. The image can then be re-cropped to re compose the insect on the left giving it space to fly into. You could also try adding some motion blur to give some sense of that speed mentioned above.

Hope this helps

Ian



THX very much ian very the tips. i'll rty do it the way you said.
thx again
regards
suresh

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