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Old Aug 12, 2006, 1:16 PM   #1
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Well, today another near opportunity of a "Law of Nature" series again...

A HJ spotted a small winged insect, approach it, pounced, but the insect escaped!!!!

Other spiders shot are the Green crab spider (male) and a Brown crab spider.

FZ10+Raynox 250, ISO50, F8, 1/60s, 2 diffuse flash

#1: Heavy Jumper


#2: The approach.....and no part II to this...as it miss.....well, the HJ is NOT always successful!


#3: Green Crab Spider (male)


#4: Frt face


#5: Brown crab spider


#6: Close up


#7: Beetle
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Another mastodontic series for you, Tchuanye.

Perfect shots. I like the JS, the green CS and the beetle.
Now you're able to achieve with the Raynox the same picture quality as you did with the 6T/sigma CU combo, which arehalf that diopter power.

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Awesome pictures. Could you talk a bit about your lighting setup?
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Old Aug 13, 2006, 3:32 AM   #4
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Another mastodontic series for you, Tchuanye.

Perfect shots. I like the JS, the green CS and the beetle.
Now you're able to achieve with the Raynox the same picture quality as you did with the 6T/sigma CU combo, which arehalf that diopter power.

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Thanks Narmer!

I am very pleased with this lens, as I get more details than before.

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Awesome pictures. Could you talk a bit about your lighting setup?
I use 2 flash. One slaved flash with a stofen Omnibounce on the left, mounted on a straight flash bracket. The other flash is with a homemade diffuser, which is hotsync via a flash cable to the FZ10. I hand hold it on the right side with my left hand.

So you can imagine that the FZ10 is resting on my left forearm when shooting, and I reposition my right side flash to taste. The support is quite good actually....and of course the neck strap helps when I tension it to my neck for more stability.



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Another excellent series tchuanye, I love #1,2,5, and the beatle!!

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Another excellent series tchuanye, I love #1,2,5, and the beatle!!

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Thanks Emmanuel!




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Thanks, really interesting setup!


>>I use 2 flash. One slaved flash with a stofen Omnibounce on the left, mounted on a straight flash bracket. The other flash is with a homemade diffuser, which is hotsync via a flash cable to the FZ10. I hand hold it on the right side with my left hand.

So you can imagine that the FZ10 is resting on my left forearm when shooting, and I reposition my right side flash to taste. The support is quite good actually....and of course the neck strap helps when I tension it to my neck for more stability.<<
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