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    Thank you Sabyasachi da and Mrudul ji for your...

    Thank you Sabyasachi da and Mrudul ji for your kind words and suggestions.
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    Excellent shot. The rising sun makes the image...

    Excellent shot. The rising sun makes the image really interesting.
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    Resting Mayfly

    Its just few hours back I found the mayfly resting on the oleander bud on my rooftop garden which I develop during this pandemic phase. Actually there were a good many numbers of them and this...
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    Excellent shot. Love the reflection on the wing....

    Excellent shot. Love the reflection on the wing. Is there any sensor dust spot near the juncture of the threads at at the left part? TFS
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    When Nature is a Goldsmith

    A common species throughout my village.

    Nikon D7000
    Nikon 105mm macro VR f2.8
    Aperture- f/16
    Shutter Speed- 1/100s
    ISO- 640
    Godox TT685N with homemade diffuser (Manual speed 1/16s)...
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    A Damselfly

    This one is from my roof garden which I try to grow during this hard times. As frequent outgoing for just to fulfill a photographic hobby would be a careless attitude, I, to some extent, try the...
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    Curious Katydid

    Katydids are often well known for their ability to camouflage. They are also known as bush crickets, and, long-horned grasshoppers as well. This time this tiny, little curious insect drew my...
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    by Arun Acharjee
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    Busy Bee

    It was last winter I went to the nearest field to take some photograph. Attracted by the bees in the mustard field I decided to capture some activities. Actually, my intension was to frame them...
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    Hoverfly in Air

    (*From old collections)
    Capturing species activities is much pleasing. This one is called hoverfly as they often seen hovering near the twig or leaf or flower and so on they have interests. This...
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    Slug to me too. I am an enthusiastic nature lover...

    Slug to me too. I am an enthusiastic nature lover and thus come across some id(s) of species. I am, in no means, 'expert' for identifying species.:001_smile:
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    It commonly known as Katydid or, sometimes, Bush...

    It commonly known as Katydid or, sometimes, Bush Cricket or Long-horned Grasshopper too (belongs to Tettigoniidae family) and not Mantis(look at its front pair of legs). They are capable of making...
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    Thank you so much:001_smile:. It would be really...

    Thank you so much:001_smile:. It would be really helpful to upload images in your forum in future.
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    Brown Shrike

    Framming this bird had become very interesting to me. I went for usual macro subjects that day. Suddenly, I found this bird perching nearby. By the way, just want to tell that years ago, I begin...
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    A Little Rest 2

    Thank you Mrudul ji for your words.:001_smile:
    I am uploading the same image with resolution 1024×683pix (previously it was 768×512pix as, many days ago, I found some website telling that the...
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    A Little Rest

    ID- Common Four-ring Butterfly
    A very common species in our locality. Observed this busy over wild flowers for some minutes. I was resting in the shadow of roadside trees. Suddenly, it came very...
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    Caterpillar

    Caterpillars busy for chewing leaves is a common scenery. Someone(can't remember who) rightly remarks them as 'Chewing Machine's. Here is no exception.

    EXIF Info:
    Nikon D7000
    Nikon 105mm macro...
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    Horizontal frame

    Hello Mrudul ji, here is another frame of the same dragonfly I captured horizontally. In this case too the focus was locked on almost at the same point.

    EXIF:
    ISO 500, 1/100s, f/16
    Edited,...
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    Thank you so much Mrudul Ji for your words....

    Thank you so much Mrudul Ji for your words. Actually, the texture on the wings attracted me this time. So, I went for more details on those. I checked and found that I locked the focus point on the...
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    Dragonfly

    Found this dragonfly roadside in our village. This time I tried using flash. Actually, for last few days I tried to capture species with flash fired. Not bad experience at all. In some cases I found...
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    That's a real charm.

    That's a real charm.
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    Really like the appearance of the moth and your...

    Really like the appearance of the moth and your words describing it.
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    Hello Sabyasachi da. Thank you so much for your...

    Hello Sabyasachi da. Thank you so much for your opinions. This image is about 50% of the original one.

    *AF vs MF as I experienced

    I generally prefer auto focus but many times I works with...
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    Waiting for Prey 2

    This image is taken almost at the same time. The spider may be a bit more in focus here.
    EXIF Info:
    ISO: 400
    Aperture: f/8
    Shutter speed: 800
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    Hello Mrudul ji. Thank you for your advice....

    Hello Mrudul ji. Thank you for your advice. Actually, in D7000 there are 3 types of autofocus system namely 1. Af-a(auto) 2. Af-s(single) and 3.Af-c(continuous). In Af-a mode focus locks for a...
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    Thank you so much Abhishek da.

    Thank you so much Abhishek da.
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