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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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    Thank you Mrudul ji for your complements....

    Thank you Mrudul ji for your complements. Generally, I use af-a(auto) mode. I noticed that, for some certain distances and identical illumination, the focus system uses to come to a state can be...
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    Nice to see you in Indiawilds forum. Most...

    Nice to see you in Indiawilds forum. Most welcome.
    Please share EXIF Info as it will help in criticizing your work(s).
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    Waiting for Prey

    It was just beside the country road leading towards ploughing field. The little spines of the twig attracts me and I just tried to frame the habitat with one of the habitants there.
    Id: Stretch...
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    This comment is for the plant identification...

    This comment is for the plant identification which I just come to know from Mr. Kuntal Narayan Chaudhury and that is Scoparia dulcis.
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    Blister Beetle

    Blister beetle are larger than most other beetles found in our region. Their colors are striking. In Boisa Beel, they are often found resting at the twig of the roadside bushes. It was captured...
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    Thanks for your complements Mridul Ji. Like that...

    Thanks for your complements Mridul Ji. Like that word 'insectscape' too much:001_smile: I would be really happy if I not had to develop the shadow area.
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    At the Day's End

    The sun had gone and it was the juncture of dusk and evening. Suddenly, I discovered it clutching the leaf. Just behind, under another leaf there was a lynx spider too. I just tried to represent the...
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    Full Image

    This one is the full frame image with same editing. The previous image has no background change, clone, patch, no use of any brush. I generally edit in RAW(.NEF for Nikon) mode in photoshop. In most...
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    Shades of Green

    Their appearances make me applaud. Their movement, skill of camouflage, those spines, technique of hunting everything is very interesting. It was my last subject of the day because I often lost in...
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    Leaf Weevil

    Leaf Weevil is one of the most common insects found in our locality. Though its colors always attract me. Yesterday, I tried to frame using off-camera flash. It was my second day to follow that...
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    The Predator and the Prey

    I was wandering about my village when suddenly I noticed the lynx spider. Just next I discovered the tiny grasshopper very close to the spider. The spider was quick enough to set up my camera to...
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    Thank you so much Mridul Ji. :001_smile:

    Thank you so much Mridul Ji. :001_smile:
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    Thank you so much for your valuable advice...

    Thank you so much for your valuable advice Sabyasachi da. Actually, the image was taken with - exposure and I increased the same with white tune during post processing. I, actually, missed the tiny...
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    Busy Morning Hours

    Suddenly I came across a considerable part of land covered with blooming Bank Mats while roaming casually to find out some objects this morning. I sat down to find out if there were any activities. I...
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    Hello Pranjal J Ullal ji. The orange creatures...

    Hello Pranjal J Ullal ji. The orange creatures seem to be mites which belong to the CLASS- Arachnida (Sub-phylum: Chelicerata; Phylum: Arthropoda) in which there are spiders and scorpions too. Mites...
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    Feeding Time

    I found this Coromandel Marsh Dart (sc name: Ceriagrion coromandelianum) feeding on a tiny grasshopper.

    EXIF info:

    Camera: Nikon D7000
    Lens: nikon 40mm macro
    ISO: 400
    Aperture: f/18...
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