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Copyright: Jeffry Surianto (wealthy88) (317)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2005-03-12
Categories: Insects
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, CF 2 Gb
Exposure: f/3.2, 1/125 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2005-03-16 18:12
Viewed: 4452
Points: 17
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
The Grasshopper with its unique body colors
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Great iridescent colours and well composed, could possibly do with a little more DoF though.

What a fantastic celebration of colour - absolutely perfect.I really like this photo.
Perfect composition. Regards.

Definatley a very colourfull one, though the DOF is very shallow, I do not know what lens you had on the 20D but it should of been able to handle a slower speed than 1/125sec so allow you a higher F stop, also I see you used only ISO 100 I believe that you will find ISO 400 and even 800 pretty good and so allow for even better speeds and higher F stop.

I have to agree with the others about needing some more Depth of Field. The color and composition are great.

I love the colors, background, composition and frame, Jeffry. My only nits: the thin DOF as the others said and the lack of meaningful note. Thanks for sharing.

Quite an amazing colorful grasshopper. Must be a female that couldn't make up her mind on what dress to where on that day...
Yes the DOF is too shallow and makes the "tail" blurred but still it makes a very nice shot.

Dito on the tail, but what a shot, stunning.
The composition and detail captured are fantastic.
I don't generally like 'borders' but it really works here - well done.

Very nice composition, great colours POV and details.
Well done.

Wonderful DOF - it brings the viewer's focus on this beautifully colored grasshopper. Well done.

Nice composition and lighting. Incredible colors! Can borrow him for a few hundred shots? :)
I agree with the others that it needs a bitmore depth, at least to get the rear end sharp.

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