wa just woke up... knocked out sia...
Today glad to get 4 species to my collection which i do not have (or have bt not nicely taken previously), its actually quite fun, gg thru the book looking to id them.
1. Tree-Hugger - Common
Tyriobapta torrida (Kirby, 1889)
Family: Libellulidae (Skimmers
2. Blue-sided Satinwing - Uncommon
Euphaea impar (Selys, 1859), Male
Family: Euphaeidae (Gossamerwings)
3. Telephone Sylvan - Common
Coeliccia otogesima (Selys, 1863), Female
Family: Platycnemididae (Featherlegs)
4. Blue-spotted flatwing - Uncoomon
Podolestes orientalis (Selys, 1862)
Family: Megapodagrionidae (Spreadwings stout damsels)
busy busy busy
Euphaea impar don't perch this way, rotate 90 CCW will be better, and also some image are too vivid.....look unnatural.
Try to let your subject breath.....many of the images are compose too tight.
The last one is Yellow featherlegs, Immature female.
Yesterday sunrise is so siaz.....
IR in lowlight.....the noise is terrible.....
But the macro was good yesterday, just not enough time.
Last 3 from yesterday.
So regret now that I didn't shoot the nice flowing stream.
I think the lighting for most of my shots will be quite harsh.
Didn't know that I've been shooting with flash in the wrong setting from the beginning of this outing.
Haven't seen my images yet.
hrm, wonder if it will rain later