What colors are my eyes ? [Details & Macro]

© Michael Erard

What colors are my eyes ?

Uploaded: September 17, 2005 14:16:04

Description

F11, 1/125 sec, ISO 400, with flash and the Vivitar 100mm, f3.5 Macro lens.

Comments

Lisa Clark September 17, 2005

Outstanding shot!! #312124

Michael Erard September 17, 2005

Thank you Lisa. Those dragonflies are full of details. It's amazing to get to see them that close. #1849517

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic September 17, 2005

Fantastic capture Michael. Love the close up shot. Those eyes sure are amazing. #1849692

Michael Erard September 17, 2005

Thank you Kay. You're right, those eyes are amazing, I love the colors. #1849982

Janine Russell level-deluxe September 17, 2005

Michael, wonderful macro; great focus. #1850240

Sherry S. Boles September 17, 2005

FABULOUS macro, Michael...beautiful colors!!! #1850241

Michael Erard September 18, 2005

Janine, Sherry, thanks for your comments.
Macro photography is not easy but I really enjoy it. Getting a shot like this one helps too! :o) #1850853

Daniel Diaz September 18, 2005

AWESOME macro Micheal, incredible closeup and details!!! #1851121

Michael Erard September 18, 2005

Thanks Daniel. I took a look at your gallery, you've got some pretty good ones too, I love Mr clapper. #1851746

Kerry Haines level-classic October 21, 2005

Michael, this a macro with a CAPITAL M! Wow, It's as if I could touch the texture of this image. Awesome capture and congrats on being a finalist. #1977101

Michael Erard October 21, 2005

Thank you Kerry. #1977634

Gunther Allen level-classic October 21, 2005

Great detail - your macro lens captures "oh so well"! #1982239

Piotr M. Organa October 22, 2005

Fascinating shot, Michael. The fellow needs a shave. Nice eyes, though.
Congrats, good luck! #1985867

Melissa L. Zavadil October 23, 2005

CONGRATS ON YOUR SECOND PLACE WIN!!! What a neat photo!! :) #1988315

KHAWLA Haddad October 23, 2005

CONGRATULATIONS On wonderful second place Winner!!!! #1988938

Lisa Clark October 23, 2005

Congratulations. I felt sure we would see this photo again!! #1989627

Susana Ms Heide October 23, 2005

WOW!! I will admit I've never seen a dragonfly from this close!! Amazing capture of all the features and details! CONGRATS!! #1989792

Cathy M. Gromball October 24, 2005

Congratulations, Michael!

Cathy :) #1994584

Donna W. Neal October 25, 2005

Congratulations Mike #1996525

Adrienne I. Brand November 01, 2005

Second Place? I hope everyone realizes what a fleeting moment it is to shoot a bug or any living object, for that matter - and with the depth of field that's in yours... Your shot is Grand Prize in my eyes. Fabulous job! (The first thing I thought when I saw your photo was... "Holy Shot!" *wink. Outstanding job! #2023485

November 03, 2005

I'm with Adrienne...How do you convince a dragonfly to simmer down long enough for a capture like that? Too cool...gorgeous colors. #2030993

Mary N C. Taitt November 09, 2005

WOW!!!! FANTASTIC!!! Incredible. Congratualtions on your win--I agree it oughtta have been more! Those eyes! WOW! Mary :-) #2053895

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic November 11, 2005

Those are some big eyes!! Great job..and congrats!! #2063159

November 16, 2005

Incredible detail Michael, Nice job, I have made many Macro shots myself, so I can appreciate how good this shot really is.

Best of luck keep up the good work
Rick
#2084590


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