The Famous Champignon
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Hi! The "famous champignon" You see here is Agaricus arvensis - at least I hope so... It's untouched yet, as You can see on its collar. Lots of insects wanted to eat it (as You can see again), but they didn't manage to, due to me... :) |
Technique: super macro mode, flash off, out of hand. Almost no PP at all except light framing and typing with Ulead Photoimpact.
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Lovely, you have managed a very artistic shot of this specie, with a very use of available light, nice exposure.
You reminded me that never posted this one, so a good opportunity to compare them :)
Best regards, MF.
Beautiful angle and natural light. Although they ar not as showy for a photographer like other species (amanitas or coloured cortinaries) they sure make up when you fry'em in a pan :-)
This is a fine specimen indeed!
Judged by the size of the flies this is a big one too, captured with impressive details...
A good composition with fine natural colours!
Bien logrado y con buenos detalles. En esta zona, Catlunya (Spain) hay gran afición popular por los hongos también ejje.
this is a great sharpness picture with good details you can see the little flies very good
i like this shot very much