A Fly's Eye
- Callie (7555)
- [2004-10-24 11:31]
This is some bee, Darren. Nice compo too, great BG. Two nits, the black triangle in the top right, clone out, and the f-stop must be much smaller!
- PDP (11769)
- [2004-10-24 11:51]
It's nice that you got your girlfriends shorts ;-). The head of this fly is very well seen, I would have liked more DOF to get some more of the body in. I agree with Callie about the top right triangle. Good work. I do hope the bag goes with the shorts.
- Crypton (2)
- [2004-10-24 13:18]
vraiment une belle pacros !
c'est rare de voir des insect totalement noir, les yeux on l'aire vraiment jolie, dommage qu'on a pas le droit a un gros plant dessus ;)
- japie (5187)
- [2004-10-24 15:23]
At f7.1 the insect is much larger that your DOF. I love the eye on this - Are you sure he wasnt giving your girlfriend the eye? :)
I like the shot and thanks for posting
- extramundi (13178)
- [2004-10-24 15:31]
Nice potrait, the strange eyes over the extremely green bag are good. I like the history of the shot in the note, thanks.
F:7.1 should have given you a larger DOF but sometimes is not enough, a pitty this time. Good try.
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2004-10-24 17:38]
Darren, you did well to get they eye-detail on this one. The lime BG contrasts nicely. The DOF is limited but it's still worth the effort. Thanx for sharing.
- marhowie (486)
- [2004-10-24 19:28]
Hello Darren! Very good eye detail. I would've come in a little tighter on the shot & broke it off to the side a bit since you have a relatively long bug. I know what it's like to work with DOF limits, mine being F8. You increase your detail but it will decrease your DOF with attached macro lenses..But you knew this already? Nice head shot!
- Esox (972)
- [2004-11-15 12:54]
A great shot with efficent DOF.
Details are beautiful and I love these eyes.