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Close Encounters of the Third Kind...

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Close Encounters of the Third Kind sent on January 08, 2013 (22:44) by Simone_n. 4 comments, 973 views.

1/160 f/5.7, ISO 125,

La foto è scattata con una comune compatta ma più che la qualità in se trovo interessante l'attimo che ho avuto la fortuna di cogliere.



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sent on January 08, 2013 (23:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I find the title fits perfectly as the lizard to look at this beast in front of you will certainly be asked but which country comes out? Seems to me a very confusing and artificial composition, with two completely unrelated species, you understand the cocoon cut but what I jump over the eye is the total loss of the eye maf dell'Attacus that should be the focus instead of the image

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sent on January 09, 2013 (22:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello, about this shot maybe I should start by saying a few things: it was a random shooting, with a compact, mid-level and in a display of butterflies and moths so any observation on maf, composition, exposure, etc. because there is none of this is been studied at the time of shooting. What I like about this picture is the curious meeting between these two creatures that lasted a few seconds and while all were shot on the other side I was lucky enough to immortalize it ... no claim from the technical point of view.
I thank you for the comment, however, by any comparison, especially as I am a beginner, I can draw inspiration to improve myself in the future.
Congratulations on your galleries, they're fantastic!

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sent on July 22, 2014 (0:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

the birth of Atlas is not a small thing! a good temper! ;-)

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sent on July 06, 2018 (14:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The focus is not perfect and despite the use of the equipment does not specify the photo returns a sense of savage compliments. Hello Alessandro



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