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joewarner 10 6
22 Apr 2012 1:08AM
Hand held, again. I know its not a great shot, but I was wondering how do you catch a shot of something small that moves around so quickly? Is it patience, with the camera aimed at one spot until an insect lands? Or how does one capture a dragonfly shot, as that's what I would like to do. I've ben mulling it over. Do you have to go out really early in the morning when insects are slow and cold?

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debu 6 India
22 Apr 2012 1:13AM
Great capture.
debu
joewarner 10 6
22 Apr 2012 1:16AM
Thanks debut Smile
paskinmj 7 11 1 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2012 5:26AM
Great macro.
Matt
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22 Apr 2012 7:26AM
A great capture for one that has been captured purely hand held.

Regards Nathan
joewarner 10 6
28 Apr 2012 5:15PM
Thanks NathanWink
joewarner 10 6
28 Apr 2012 5:18PM
Thanks Matt, actually should be rotated 180 as it is sitting in a trunk of a tree.

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