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07/01/2014 - 12:37 AM


dragonflyA little to tight in the frame for me.
I would have had the camera set on AE and not the cameras macro setting.
Using this setting you have more control over light /focus etc.
Try f11 if you can for macro work, this will achieve a better depth of field allowing
more of the subject to be in sharp focus.
Still not a bad capture of a Common Darter.Wink
10/07/2013 - 8:19 PM


FrogNice capture, ID Common ToadWink
02/06/2013 - 8:21 PM

Green veined white

Green veined whiteCracking capture, Anne.
The correct ID is that of a Green Veined White.
The cabbage white you refer too is not a species at all but the common name given to the Large White
which does indeed ruin your cabbagesWink.
24/02/2013 - 2:17 PM

Another Blue tit

Another Blue titNice shot, Martin.
I've just looked at your portfolio.
Re your Blue tit shots, I see you use flash from the camera.
Try using a slightly higher ISO say 640 at f4.0/5.6 and don't get quite as
close with the focal length.
IMO this will improve what you are trying do. I never use flash as it gives a 2D feel
to things.