Posted by Alfredo J. Martiz J. (Panama City, Panama) on 19 March 2007 in Animal & Insect.
This is the first photo I shot of a spider, it's from 2005 and was possible at my mother's garden.
Panasonic DMC-FZ1 1/80 second F/2.8 ISO 50 174 mm (35mm equiv.)
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this is amazing, alfred. i became to understand a little bit about the ISO criteria.
19 Mar 2007 6:28am
@aaxan: Thank you aaxan, little by little you will understand more, just go out and shoot photos... and enjoy as much as you can!
very cool!!! I like the details very much. And that 174mm!
19 Mar 2007 10:25am
@Behrooz: Thank you Behrooz!
Great macro! You can see every details!
19 Mar 2007 5:12pm
@badala: Thank you Badala!
Wonderful shot... I couldn't find any spiders around my area.. how far are you from the spider? :)
19 Mar 2007 6:02pm
@Johnny Soedomo: Thank you Johnny, I think I was around 25 or 30 cm far from the spider!
Great detail (macro), and colors....!
20 Mar 2007 12:57am
@filipe franco: Thank you Filipe!
Great details, excellent!
20 Mar 2007 8:51am
@Manuela Photography: Thank you Manuela!
The spider looks so great and the details of the web and the "baby" spider in the background are great. What I liked the most is that you can see the spider's web in a different color than that which you can normally catch with your bare eyes.
20 Mar 2007 11:50am
@paperdoll: Thank you Paperdoll!
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