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Uploaded: 03/20/07 3:49 PM GMT
Line Work # 1
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composition play , feel free to be critical .


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03/20/07 3:56 PM GMT
Any way you would have posted this shot it would have been great. Fantastic.

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03/20/07 6:19 PM GMT
Wow, you have transformed this little bug into a alien lol. Very sharp and clear closeup capture. Excellent work!

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03/20/07 10:50 PM GMT
Whadda ugly mug on this fella!! 8~D

Outstanding in details and I like the position of the piece as it works well with the border works!!

Somebody needs a shave!! :~O
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03/21/07 1:21 AM GMT
This one has a sense of tension because of the angle, of course.
The macro is great, but the angle makes it a little difficult to look at the insect more closely and that's what I want to look at because it appears to be most interesting.
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You will be led to the knowledge of the internal things which are invisible to you, by the external things which you see before you. . . . Even so then, we can represent to ourselves in thought the Author of all that is, by contemplating and admiring the (visible) things which He has made, and ever brings into being. - Hermes
03/21/07 10:49 AM GMT
composition - subject placed on upper right third perched on a diagonal line, background blurred beyond recognition leaving all attention on the subject, sharp focus on the fly, dof is very good leaving the background so blurred like that, however you do have some of the stem just outside the focal plane above the fly. If you were playing with composition, Kristof, you nailed it.
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All comments are appreciated. Constructive criticism is greatly appreciated.
03/21/07 1:37 PM GMT
The last comment is a hard act to follow - :) will agree with it all and add that I think this is a superior picture in all respects :)
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The question is not what you look at, but what you see ~ Marcel Proust
03/22/07 8:34 PM GMT
wow! thats an excellent shot!
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03/25/07 12:08 AM GMT
I'm very far behind in my comments due to some recent family issues so please forgive this generic comment. I have viewed this image and found it to be very good. I didn't want to pass it by with out mentioning it's beauty. Thank you for sharing it with us. You have created a very beautiful image and I envy your talent. I hope to view more of your work and give a more personal comment in the near future. Your images are awsome. Wonderful macro detail. Canon camera?
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Anything that excites me for any reason, I will photograph; not searching for unusual subject matter, but making the commonplace unusual. Edward Weston
03/25/07 1:11 PM GMT
where's his climbing belt and helmet? ;-) i think i prefer this suggests action and tension. the same shot in a landscape orientation would've felt more like...a pose. excellent close-up!
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Hi,my name is Rob..ok, so I'm not the greatest at replies and comments. Sorry. For anyone needing to contact me, my email is back up in my profile. >> my cluttered mess of a gallery
03/25/07 4:06 PM GMT
This little guy needs some Visine big Wonderful image Kristof.. =D
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03/27/07 1:12 AM GMT
geometry is a bit wrong, i would say. Except that, great capture! Hmmm, or maybe if it was horizontal?

What lens were used? Looks like Canon 100mm f/2.8 MACRo to me ;)
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05/21/08 4:56 PM GMT
flying purple people eater!!! with one eye very nice capture me likey
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02/02/10 1:08 PM GMT
Crisp crisp crisp. beautiful and well composed. WOW
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