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    Default 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 serenity at the fag end of the day through the grasshopper resting in calmness on a grass.
    Most probably it was 'blue hour'. In the original image the grasshopper is almost dark. In pp I recover the shadow area to bring minimum details of the subject.

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    Camera: Nikon D7000
    Lens: Nikon 105mm Macro VR
    ISO: 640
    Aperture: F/9
    Shutter Speed: 1/60
    Handheld, Edited, Full Frame

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    I liked this different perspective. The vertical composition with the tall grass blades looks nice. It is kind of insectspace . Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for your complements Mridul Ji. Like that word 'insectscape' too much I would be really happy if I not had to develop the shadow area.

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    I would have liked to move a bit to the left and shoot it. That would have ensured a slightly more side on pose of the grasshopper and more importantly a bit more separation between the grasshopper and the grass behind it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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