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    Default Plexippus paykulli

    Very common Jumping Spider (Plexippus paykulli Female)

    With canon 550D-100mm Macro
    F:4.0
    ISO:400
    SS:1/200s
    Built in flash with diffuser
    Crop image.

    Thanks for viewing.
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    Nice work. I always find shallow DoF macro images interesting. However, maybe a little more DoF (f5.6?) would have brought the corners of the eye into focus as well. Lovely details. Good job with the lighting. I feel such a tight crop is not needed.
    I guess this is one of your most-photographed species .
    TFS

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    Yes Abhishekh.. this are my most photographed spider..this species are found in my home only . so wherever i got chance i experiment on it.

    For magnification I crop it. in 100 mm Macro the magnification ratio give less in tiny insects.

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    nice. like the EYES contact....

    TFS
    Roopak

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    Nice focus on the eyes. The clean background looks nice. Good details. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Cropping so much gives us no idea about the size of the subject. When you look at hairs or other such straight lined structures you can realise that they break apart due to the massive crops. Often people get confused by the sharpening induced artifacts in large cropped images and believe it to be details.

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    Great shot.

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