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Podalirio sent on August 24, 2013 (18:49) by Davide Flamini. 4 comments, 881 views.

at 230mm, 1/1250 f/5.6, ISO 250, hand held. Specie: Iphiclides podalirius

Nel Giardino di casa, per la prima volta ho dato ragione a mio fratello che aveva piantato la "pianta delle farfalle", l'ho preso in giro per tutta la stagione invernale .... cacchio aveva ragione spero di avere altre possibilità di fotografare una creatura simile. Si accettano tutti i consigli e le critiche .. tutto che aiuta a a far crescere. P.S. la foto è stata scattata verso le 12.30 del 20 agosto!!!!! non riesco ad aggiungere i dati dell'obiettivo pertanto li aggiungo qui per ora canon ef 75/300 f4/5.6 Df 230, correzione esposizione +2/3. Ciao a tutti.



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sent on September 02, 2013 (16:43) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The Buddleja plant or butterfly has a very delicate flower with a scent that resembles' that of honey, that's why has the facility to attract butterflies.
Since the position of the wings and imagining that the pdc would not have been sufficient to obtain that this level be in focus, I tried to position myself to his shoulders, if possible maybe putting in a slightly higher photographing it from behind, but using a smaller aperture, so the shutter speed would be equally proved enough not to have moved.
With the brightness and subject predominantly white I would not have a positive offset the exposure, you risked overexposing.

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sent on September 02, 2013 (19:39) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful shot!

avatarsenior
sent on September 02, 2013 (20:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

the free hand is always very difficult, the position of Scarce Swallowtail you do not have some easy, I agree with my friend pigi on the choice of location, but I find it equally enjoyable shooting

avatarjunior
sent on September 03, 2013 (22:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

First of all, Hello and thanks to all of the visit is that of the comment.
Pigi on the position you are right but the conditions were quite complex. The Scarce Swallowtail was having lunch so it was constantly moving among the flowers as soon as I moved to take her back she moved, I had even more photos from behind but all moves as you also put the wind.
For shutter speeds I was undecided until the end of iris a bit more closed and shutter speeds, and yet this is my dilemma. PG I think you're right about the overexposure, but with a light so hard I was afraid of losing the detail on the wings and overexposing the white so that he "shot himself."
Thanks again and to your instructions ... honored ....
Take this opportunity and wonder ... do you think that post processing do you recommend?
Hello David



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