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Thread: Dragonfly - ID Please?

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    Default Dragonfly - ID Please?

    Canon 400D
    18-55mm
    ISO - 200
    Max Aperture - F 1
    FL - 55mm
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    It is Damselfly. May be "Green Damselfly".
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    Aperture F1 (???) . How did you manage that with the 18-55? The light is nice. Would have liked a bit more space on the top.
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    Nice composition. Some more space all around would be good. Was the aperture F1 or it is a typo?
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Yes, a damselfly. Damselflies are very similar to dragonflies, but rest with their wings closed, unlike dragonflies. Also, damselflies are weaker fliers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrudul Godbole View Post
    Nice composition. Some more space all around would be good. Was the aperture F1 or it is a typo?
    The Max Aperture was F1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bibhav Behera View Post
    Aperture F1 (???) . How did you manage that with the 18-55? The light is nice. Would have liked a bit more space on the top.
    Thanks Bibhav. Yes the Max Aperture was F1.

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    As per your EXIF information embedded in the image the aperture used is f5.6, Shutter speed 1/500th of second at ISO 200.

    f1 aperture is a very shallow aperture not found in any of these zooms.

    How big a crop is this?

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    Sabyasachi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    As per your EXIF information embedded in the image the aperture used is f5.6, Shutter speed 1/500th of second at ISO 200.

    f1 aperture is a very shallow aperture not found in any of these zooms.

    How big a crop is this?

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
    This was quite a crop I must say.

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    Default Damselfly

    I have re-added this photo.
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