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Old Jul 8, 2006, 9:40 AM   #1
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These are the spider shots taken at the same time with the other series....

Seems like they like to be on the wooden railing most of the time!

Some shots are taken with twin flash...using the 2 flash that I have....one wired to FZ, and the other slaved, placed at opposite sides. Those are used on #1 to #8.
Cloned out one of the flash spots from the eyes....hence you see one only.

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FZ10+6T+Sigma CU, F8, ISO 50, mostly 1/60s, Ext flash.

#1: Yellow-Lined Epeus

#2: My eyes are partially green...

#3: Sometimes one green one black...

#4: Sometimes each are half green...

#5: And when I am looking directly at you..its pure black...

#6: Two-Striped Telamonia with meal

#7: Wide Wide-Jawed Viciria

#8:They have Long legs

#9:From the dark...another one...

#10: Tiny JS

#11: St andrew cros...small fella
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Old Jul 8, 2006, 9:58 AM   #2
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OH WOW! These are spectacular!!! I love how you have personalized each picture. Excellent photos and beautiful exposure. Beautiful spiders too. I would never be able to see the beauty of these little guys if I couldn't view them in photos like yours. You have captured not only their beauty but personality as well. :-)

Just a side, personally, Iusually get the willies when I see a spider but am learning to get over that. Pics like these are a great help. :G

Thank you for sharing. I'm glad I went looking for fun pics to see. I found yours. Keep up the good work and I hope I see more.

Have a great time photographing,

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Old Jul 8, 2006, 5:15 PM   #3
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Glad to see one more post from you , Tchuanye.

Your pics always have that plus: technically perfectly (ornearly perfect) and aestetically impressive.

As long as your passion and fun is huge, we'll always be marvelled by the pictures.

Sorry for my scarce critics to your pics, but they're always so ... like I would (like to) do them, so there is few to add or to suggest ...

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Old Jul 8, 2006, 8:50 PM   #4
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Those look really cool! I wish we had more interesting looking spiders around here.
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Old Jul 8, 2006, 10:58 PM   #5
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Tchuanye, your pics have everything that is required to make them great.Its always a pleasure looking at you photographs. Keep it up.

What is the "Sigma CU" lens?,
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Old Jul 9, 2006, 2:40 AM   #6
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Thanks Teree, Narmer, Vaiboy, Thanks for the encouraging comments!

Macnite, Sigma Close up lens....its a achromatic close up lens.....a +1.6 dioptre.
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