Love is in the air...
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Apologies to the most sensitive, I really wanted to catch a flying falcon but when I pointed the camera those insects came straight into the objective so I shot them...a nice workshop is really welcome.|
Model: NIKON D70s
Software: ACD Systems Digital Imaging
Exposure Time: 10/10000 sec
Focal Length: 300 mm
Date Taken: 2007-02-17 11:19
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
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- [2007-02-26 16:37]
Great quick response to the opportunity. Not much to be done by a workshop. Depending if you have any potential for copping.
Anyway - great shot !
They are a little too far away. I don't think a workshop can make it better (I prefer noise to overdoing the cleaning tools). Very interesting pic anyway as mating and flying all together is a rare event on TN. I can really guess how hard it is to guess such a pic as I was still anable to get any decent pic of flying dragonfly, even alone.
Love is ALWAYS in the air.!!!
Very well done, though by accident as you claim.
Well presented too.
I'll give it a go for the W/S. But if it fails please dont blame me; as you know well, I KNOW LITTLE ABOUT COMPUTERS.
Abraco do amigo, Mario.
- [2007-05-23 3:38]
an awesome shot of an extremely hard subject to capture in flight.
Photo processing is interesting, but weak.I tried a workshop.
Ciao Nelson, amazing in-flight capture, excellent clarity and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio