- cobra112 (43366)
- [2011-01-27 10:55]
Ciao Ram. Very well done this graphici and coloured one. Just like a paint. Very good details and sharp.
- paolo49 (6200)
- [2011-01-27 11:01]
Hello Ram, incredible colors for this dragonflies, very beautiful. Perfect the sharpness and POV. Regards, Paolo
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2011-01-27 12:05]
Ciao Ram, fantastic details of splendid wings, wonderful colors and excellent sharpness, very well done my friend, ciao Silvio
- rousettus (19818)
- [2011-01-27 17:18]
merhaba Mr. Ram
This is new to me. I have never seen it in the Middle East, incl. Syria, Jordan and Iran. It is very beautiful.
your macro shot is very nice with different cropping. you showed its wing texture and details very well, with great focus, coloration and lighting. nicely composed and presented with good notes.
thanks for sharing. best regards
- brech (267)
- [2011-01-27 18:30]
This is just an excellent macro shot with vivid detail, sharpness, abd color.
Great job with the original image and PS enhancement is also well done.
- albert (2971)
- [2011-01-28 3:53]
Amazing result with Photoshop CS5, a beautiful macro photo
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2011-01-28 7:21]
First of all I am very touched with your warm comments to my all last shots. Thanks a lot as well as thanks for such impressive and unusual glance on an amazing dragonfly. Fantastic colouration and perfect reproduction of all colour tones and other details of the insect. Nice creative approach. My compliments and kind regards.
- foozi (25839)
- [2011-01-28 22:37]
wow...what an exciting close up of the dragonfly. So well seen in details, patterns and colours.
Very dramatic closeness and well presented macrowork.
- valy67 (9219)
- [2011-01-30 14:28]
Hello Ram !
I can understand why you like this old picture so much. It is always interesting to see details on insects, to see "how they are made". Here you really show us lots of details. I love the golden color of the wings and the patterns made by the veins on the wings. Nicely composed, too. Very well done !
- peter_stoeckl (11530)
- [2011-02-19 0:51]
breath-taking close-up. Very creatively seen. My goodness.
You are offering here an unseen spectre of marvellously iridescent colours and very remarkable details. So we can see clearly how a dragonfly's wings are directly connected to the muscles that are moving them - a way that is unique to that family, allowing them their acrobatic flight behaviour.
We also have the amazing opportunity to look over a dragonfly's shoulder, allowing us to approach the world from her angle.
Phantastic work. Thank you for bringing that gem to an audience from deep down in your archives. My congratulations!
With best regards,