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Garden Spider 3

By cambirder
This may look very familiar as I posted a picture of the very same spider (she likes to hang out behind our dustbins) not that long ago. I'm posting this as I have used her to test out my nice new MR-14EX ring flash, which because of very low natural light has provided all the lighting for this shot.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: Terry L, jonc, ruzzi and 35 more

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LAF Plus
14 1.7k
9 Sep 2004 9:56PM
Nice sharp, well composed shot. Out of interest, why use 200iso if you used flash. Why not 100iso? Not a criticism, just curious. Lee. Click.

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gemm Plus
13 800 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2004 10:03PM
Excellent shot! One of the best spider shots I've seen here.

My MR-14EX should be here very soon.... Can't wait!
cambirder Plus
14 7.2k England
9 Sep 2004 10:06PM
Thank you for your kind coments. Lee I would have used 100, but I only had a few minutes to do this this evening, as we were going to the theater, and in my haste I left the ISO setting as it was.

UserRemoved 13 53
9 Sep 2004 10:10PM
well you can keep her thankyou!....uggghhh...all those hairs on her legs.....more than mine-lol..(just)...well photographed...Lizzie
9 Sep 2004 10:11PM
Wow! New lens one week then new flash the next!
Excellent advert for the kit and the photographer! Have you thought to show the topside of the spider? Like how the web has also been picked out against the dark background. Click!
cambirder Plus
14 7.2k England
9 Sep 2004 10:18PM
Hopefully a top side one will be done for the weekend, but not this one as her web is too close to the fence
9 Sep 2004 10:29PM
a glimpse into a world not usually seen, excellent clarity
Pete Plus
16 18.8k 97 England
9 Sep 2004 11:31PM
Looks like you're on to a winner with the new flash!
9 Sep 2004 11:45PM
Excellent shot,congrats!
9 Sep 2004 11:46PM
Wow - I bet you are glad she is behind the bins and not in the house!
9 Sep 2004 11:58PM
Nice Spider
Should I say Cactus. Angry Lookin
yoke all the same.
IanA Plus
14 3.0k 12 England
10 Sep 2004 2:07AM

Ian (clicked)
Terry L Plus
14 596 5 England
10 Sep 2004 2:53AM
Beautiful work, I use the MR14EX myself and its a good bit of kit, excellent detail congrats on the EC.

10 Sep 2004 10:56AM
amazing! click
whipspeed Plus
13 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2004 6:50PM
Brilliant Macro. Looks like it could crawl out of the screen. I'm turning off the computer.
Fantastic! A big click!

stevie Plus
14 1.2k 2 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2004 5:10AM
Wow! WHAT a good macro, well done.
ericfaragh Plus
14 147 4 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2004 5:01PM
Lovely flash work, very natural, great colour and marvellous detail. Well done and congrats on the EC.
Mari Plus
14 1.8k United Kingdom
12 Sep 2004 10:39AM

Great shot - fantastic detail.

julesm Plus
13 1.7k 7 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2004 8:34PM
Great detail.
vfr400 Plus
16 886
13 Sep 2004 9:26PM
Superb detail Paul. Lens,flash and photographer all working well.
tepot 13 4.4k United Kingdom
17 Oct 2004 11:30PM
i see, looks like a ringflash for me too when i can afford one, this is an excellent shot, i also like your dragonfly shots.
12 Oct 2005 1:35AM
Great shot fantastic detail.well done

25 Oct 2005 2:14PM
Stunning macro and a credit to you and your new ring flash !

liparig Plus
13 233 United States
2 Feb 2006 10:02AM
wow fantastic closeup shot love the detail
1 Jun 2006 12:43PM
The best. Robert
PLCimagery Plus
11 77 1 England
5 Nov 2006 12:04PM
superb shot

Barbaraj Plus
10 450 England
9 Sep 2007 1:04PM
Wonderful capture.
Dugi34 Plus
11 917 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2007 7:41PM
excellent shot, how do you know it is a she ? surely SHE would have shaved her legs for a photoshoot!

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