Insects in flight-18
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|Insects in flight-18 :|
This Southern small White (Artogeia mannii, Karstweissling. Pieridae) is breaking its descent by flapping both pairs of wings vigorously down. The remaining impetus at the flower is absorbed by the stretched-out legs. The abdomen serves as a balancer and is important for steering during flight.
Technicals: 1/3'200, f/5.6, ISO 500, focal length 400 mm eq. Manual focussing (the right focus is by chance), no flash, hand held.
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Taking that kind of a picture is not at all easy, Dietrich. You are doing the impossible with your patience and technical know-how.
- [2018-09-19 6:00]
Flying and with this excellent result! uauhh! You are an expert caching them in the air!
The composition is excellent too!
- [2018-09-19 11:54]
WAAW!!! Fantastic,this time the absolute perfection! A species of the pieridae family very rare in Italy in a wonderful in flight capture,my best compliments another time! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- [2018-09-19 17:45]
And this is another chapter in photography, many had think about but here we see the practical. The height of excellence.
Well captured in flight and beautifully sharp, helped by the very high shutter speed.