I dunno if there is any bigger than this


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Hi Cool_VIR,

Nice shots of spider you have. :)

Only one suggestion: the background is a bit too distracting because of the bright spots. Two ways of overcoming this:

1. Easy way - if you have someone with you, ask him/her to get a big piece of leave and put behind the spider to block the light.
2. Harder way - set to aperture priority mode and use very narrow aperture (high aperture value), then use fill flash to take the shot. This will make the background darker.

Hope it helps. ;)
 

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Great shot.:eek:
 

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Good pics!! One look at them can have nightmares!!! :)
 

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scary shot, great courage. if the spider attacks, it will be nasty. in your haste, u may drop your precious dc...:rolleyes:
 

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Thanks for all the reply
I finally achieve something through photography.

I took it at Ubin on Sunday, the spider was crawling towards my camera when i was taking it.

The distance from the lens to the spider is ard 4 to 5cm
I find very risky after taking the shot
 

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Have u guys seen the other shot where i capture two insects mating....?

Have u guys can give some comments over there
thanx:dunno:
 

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Originally posted by Cool_VIR

The distance from the lens to the spider is ard 4 to 5cm
I find very risky after taking the shot


Lucky you only feel it risky after the shot, else you would never have captured it :D
 

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