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Sunday, August 28, 2005

Warning: Spider!

Fuji S7000 @ 47mm, 1/60 sec, f/8, ISO 200
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I don't think you really want to know where I found this little fella!

I used my fuji with a reversed 50mm f/1.8 and my SB-800. It couldn't have been more than 2mm in length. Now that's what I call shallow DOF!

Edit: I've just found out that this isn't a spider - it's a tick! Thanks Craig (aka bug boy)


Blogger Mahes said...

O spider

we can not control
even our two legs

sometime it's moving
towards bars without my permission

How u r managing
with 8 legs...

3:02 am, August 30, 2005  
Blogger Alycia said...

Hello again, John!
I continue to love your pictures, and I was curious, what post-production software do you use?

5:27 am, August 31, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey Alycia, nice to hear from you again :) I use Photoshop CS for all my shots. This one in particular didn't require much - the flash gave me the white background effect.

Thanks for stopping by

2:40 am, September 01, 2005  
Anonymous Alex said...

Yeah that's not a spider btw John! It's a tick, and I can only imagine where you found it...

2:44 am, September 01, 2005  

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