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grass hopper

By sankasdhanesh
i just started photography.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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RTDS 11 Cyprus
9 Dec 2008 6:51AM
Great close up shot.
Never seen this fella with these kind of colours.
Like the colours,great details.
For a beginner this is a great capture.
Well done.
Robert

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sparrowhawk Plus
11 282 2 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2008 6:57AM
absolutely superb
KarenFB Plus
14 5.5k 177 England
9 Dec 2008 7:01AM
Welcome to EPZ.

I love your first upload. I would have liked to have seen the whole creature, what I can see has wonderful details and colours.
pamelajean Plus
14 1.4k 2149 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2008 7:02PM
Hello, Dhanesh, and a warm welcome to EPZ. Don't worry about being a beginner, we all had to start somewhere. This is a very unusual coloured grasshopper, love the blue eyes. The wings look particularly attractive and it's a shame you couldn't include them in your picture. Firstly, you needed to decide on your intention, which would be a closeup of a part of the creature, or the whole of it. Here you have good focus on the head and antenna, but the legs and body disappear out of the frame. Also, you have taken the picture from above, and it's often better to get at the same level as the creature for best effect. Just a few things to remember next time. Overall, this is a good picture and there's not a lot to critique about it. The colours, detail and exposure are good, but there is a blue cast. In my modification, I lightened the image, adjusted highlights and shadows, removed the blue cast, added contrast and sharpened. Only subtle changes. Keep up the good work.
Pamela.
WildLight 12 145 3 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2008 9:29AM
Very unusually coloured Grasshopper!
You've captured the colours well with good vibrancy, though there is a slight blue colour cast. However this can easily be fixed in any half-decent editing software.
I think next time you encounter a bug like this, you should get down lower and get parallel to the subject as this gives a clearer and more pleasing view of the subject.
A great diagonal composition that always works well.
And finally the exposure is great too!

I've uploaded a modification too.

All the best!
Joe

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