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Thread: Lemon Pansy at Yeoor

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    Default Lemon Pansy at Yeoor

    Hi All,

    Captured this beutiful butterfly in Yeoor Hills of Thane. Full frame image without any edit.

    Canon 550D with 18-135mm Lens

    TV : 1/1000, AV : 5.6, ISO : 400

    C&C invited.

    Regards/ Anil Kumar Verma
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    Nice composition and colours. You could have used a narrower aperture like f6.3 or f7.1 to get more details. Placing the butterfly a bit more to the right on the rule of thirds would have enhanced the composition further. Thanks for sharing.
    Regards,
    Mrudul Godbole

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    Thanks for inputs.

    Regards/Anil

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    Looking at the 1/1000 shutter speed the image should have been sharper. Please check if you uploaded an image which is longer than 1024 pixels or larger than 300kb size. In such cases, the software automatically resizes the image and the quality drops.

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    Thanks Dada !!! In general , I'm getting softer images, what could be possible reasons & how do I improve upon it.

    I'm mostly using live view, does shifting to view-finder help.

    Look forward to hear from you.

    Regards/ Anil Kumar Verma

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    In live view you need to do the focus manually as the AF in live view mode is very bad. Better to use the view finder and change your focusing points to place it on the subject and then half press your shutter to focus. Then click. If you are using live view mode, then due to our body movement, the subject moves in and out of the focus plane. So better to use the optical viewfinder.

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    Thanks for inputs !!!

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    Hi Anil,

    What you have here is a lemon pansy .

    Nice fresh specimen.

    Regards

    Vikram

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    Thanks Vikram !

    Yes, I realised it later & don't know if can edit the previous post.
    Thanks again for comment & correction.

    Regards/Anil

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