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Little bitty Spider

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by TomP, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. Full frame, 60 mm 2.8 and 56 mm tubes, on board flash w/diffuser 1/250 sec, F18, Hand held. Thanks Duncan.:smile:

    The ISO was a bit high, for some reason I never remember to check settings before I shoot. Does anyone else forget also???:frown:

    The spider is 14 mm from leg tip to leg tip.
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  2. Spectre


    Feb 20, 2008
    I'm not a big fan of spiders... they're just creepy. I would actually like to see a picture from the topside .
  3. It is one of the Araneus species.

    Bob F.
  4. Nice lighting!
  5. tojor


    Jul 27, 2005
    Nice shot Tom. Excellent detail. Would love to see one from the other side too. About the ISO thing. Well, yes I do. :redface:
  6. I forget a lot more than that :wink:

    Nice Capture, you must have been very close to your subject!
  7. UUUUURRRGG!! Dial up!~ My DSL crashed today:frown:

    I shot the topside the night before, there was very little detail, the eyes were very small, just a fuzz ball, so I was happy to find him with the other side showing, it is a bit more interesting. I was really just practicing my technique, but liked this shot.

    Thanks for the ID Bob. I have not been able to get out much, but my front porch is a little ecosystem and I have been practicing there.

    Thanks, thats my milk jug diffuser.:smile:

    I had been shooting hummers in poor light and forgot to check my settings:frown:

    I was about 2/3 inches away.:eek: 
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