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The spider. and his trap....

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The spider. and his trap. sent on October 09, 2019 (22:09) by Uccio 88. 2 comments, 217 views. [retina]

at 300mm, 1/80 f/6.3, ISO 3200, hand held.




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avatarmoderator
sent on March 28, 2021 (10:32) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The 16-300mm tamron has almost macro behavior at the slightest distance always interesting. Here the ball iso are too intrusive, you could try to reduce them by relying on the vaklito stabilizer and the use of the burst combined with a single point af and ai-servo.
To gnaw safety margins with border-line footage better remove the polarizer filter (if inserted) and take advantage of a dimmable continuous light ring LED flash with softening filter - human cost with intriguing results in 1000 situations and simple management -
(imho)
Chao, Lauro

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sent on March 28, 2021 (14:39) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks for the comment and dei consigli Lauro.. Paolo




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