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Old Jan 2, 2007, 4:23 PM   #1
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I was pretty luck when i saw this shot I've taken with my Panasonic Fz5 and a Nikon 6T.

The hornet stopped for 1 second and the shot was nearly perfect!!! even the overexposed wall camed out great against an underexposed background.

this is the original image as it cammed out of the camera, just more compressed because of the size limit in the forum.

What i would like to know is what "post production" the image could bennefict from...

any ideas?

for my desktop i've just flipped the image horizontally...

thank you!!
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Old Jan 8, 2007, 10:27 PM   #2
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you could try to tone down the foreground a bit... the wall is so badly blown that it tends to distract from the rest of the image. for my taste, i'd also crop out some of the sides, to leave a vertical format shot of the wasp without so much empty space around it... the wasp came out very well, though. nicely captured! the Nikon 6T is an exceptionally good close-up lens.
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