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Old Nov 20, 2004, 9:23 AM   #1
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Hi, these are my latest series of a orange bug.

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Old Nov 20, 2004, 10:14 AM   #2
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Very nice... Now i want a glass of orange juice

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Old Nov 20, 2004, 8:49 PM   #3
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Very nice... Now i want a glass of orange juice

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Old Nov 21, 2004, 4:30 PM   #4
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Once again your photos are amazing tchuanye.
I really cant wait to get the 6T and start trying to do some macro work. Are you using a flash for these photos, and also do you use a tripod or just very steady hands?
Once again great work, I think you have managed to convince a lot of people to start doing macro work.

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Once again your photos are amazing tchuanye.
I really cant wait to get the 6T and start trying to do some macro work. Are you using a flash for these photos, and also do you use a tripod or just very steady hands?
Once again great work, I think you have managed to convince a lot of people to start doing macro work.

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Thanks treemonkey!

I usually use external flash for my shots as the apeture I used is very small at F8. of course, if its bright sunlight than its ok not to use flash. Most of the time, I do not use tripod, and is handheld.
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Beautiful. I like "perched" the best. It's a bit unusual in terms of composition. You say you use a flash? How do you get it to throttle down? Do you use a macro flash? Which one?
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Very good job tchuanye.
Your pictures are very well post-processed.
But nothing would have been possible without your trusty FZ10 (the best Panasonic Fz)

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Beautiful. I like "perched" the best. It's a bit unusual in terms of composition. You say you use a flash? How do you get it to throttle down? Do you use a macro flash? Which one?
Thanks FZ10_user and Nick for your comments.

Nick, can you elaborate on the 'unusual composition' of 'Perched"? I tried to put it at the rule of third intersection. Would like to hear more from you. Thanks!

Nick, I use a normal flash, the FL-28 and not any special macro flash. But I made a bounce card so that it will not be too harsh and direct. You can see it ay my equipment page, or here


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Old Nov 22, 2004, 12:17 PM   #9
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Good detail! The 1st shot clearly shows the claws at the end of the legs
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Old Nov 22, 2004, 9:54 PM   #10
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Hi tchuanye

I found us a cool font if you like it PM me!!!!

my 8 yr old came hoppin in the house with 1 of these in his foot this morning

Ouch!!!!

btw the photo peeking is way to cute :-)

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