- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2009-09-30 3:26]
Very cute image of this jumping spider, superb macro. Good focus on the eyes. Excellent composition, sharpness and details.
- nagraj (15166)
- [2009-09-30 5:40]
Excellent portrait of this cute little beauty, usually they are very shy and its pleasure to see here it posing for you. tfs.
- Argus (50626)
- [2009-09-30 7:12]
Lola has that 'come-to-me' look in this excellent frontal POV macro of this jumping spider.
The technical aspects are excellent with fine sharpness, DOF and great light management of the white plastic BG.
Thanks and all the best,
- horias (11033)
- [2009-09-30 7:48]
Ce creatura fioroasa!
Excelenta captuta, detalii deosebit de clare,culori naturale.
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2009-09-30 8:16]
super sharpness picture with very good details and nice colours
- goldyrs (11497)
- [2009-09-30 8:49]
Where did this shot come from, mate?
Lola's really cool!
An awesome shot!
- marianas (6739)
- [2009-09-30 10:44]
Waw...un paianjen extrem de fioros!!!
Ce de ochii are...
Felicitari, si eu imi doresc asa ceva!
- marius-secan (29598)
- [2009-09-30 12:47]
excelenta realizare, teleconverterul si-a facut bine treaba, scotand in evidenta maximum de detalii cu o lumina foarte buna si culori deosebite.
- CatherineD (14097)
- [2009-09-30 15:29]
What a beauty! She is posing like a star. Excellent capture, with a good DOF and sharpness. TFS,
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2009-10-01 7:25]
A superb capure - publication quality - the white BG is excellent. Great detail and eye contact.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2009-10-01 7:28]
Very beautiful and impressive photo. The blue eyes are amazing. Excellent sharpness and details. Beautiful contrast against the white of the garden chair.
- ingridshaul (0)
- [2009-12-31 0:52]
I am trawling the site for my theme "Animal Behaviour" and found your portrait of "Lola".
Jumping spiders are really fascinating, as Safety comes first: before leaping to intercept a passing fl y, they secure themselves to a leaf with a sturdy line of silk to avoid a fall.
Some appear to hunt by stalking, others lie in wait, but all capture their meals with lightening leaps which can exceed 20 times their own body length.
Their 8 tubular eyes obviously help the all-round vision...
I like very much the way you controlled tightly the depth of field, thus emphasising the eyes!
A perfect Jumping Spider - perfectly presented!
Best Wishes for 2010
and I am looking forward to see more photos from you, when you are able to get away from your studies...