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Concrete's Pic Thread

Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by concrete, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. concrete

    concrete Arachnosquire

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    Here's some pics from my collection. I'm a long time collector and a newbie photographer but Michael (papilio) has been schooling me on macro photography for the last couple of months. I just want to give him a public shout out for his time and patience with me. I appreciate it man :worship:

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    Pterinochilus murinus by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Pterinochilus murinus by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Pterinochilus murinus by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Pterinochilus murinus by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Pterinochilus murinus by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Avicularia diversipes V2 by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Avicularia diversipes V2 by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Avicularia diversipes V2 by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Avicularia diversipes V2 by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Megaphobema robustum by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Megaphobema robustum by Delibegovic, on Flickr
     
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  2. Zeezums

    Zeezums Arachnosquire

    :love: absolutely stunning!!
     
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  3. concrete

    concrete Arachnosquire

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    Psalmopoeus langenbucheri by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Psalmopoeus langenbucheri by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Psalmopoeus langenbucheri by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Tapinauchenius gigas by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Tapinauchenius gigas by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Tapinauchenius gigas by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Tapinauchenius gigas by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Tapinauchenius gigas by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Tapinauchenius gigas by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    And a few randoms :D

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    Fang by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Mouth opening by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Carapace test shot by Delibegovic, on Flickr
     
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  4. very good work.
    Michael must make one helluva teacher :) you definitely got the knack for photography.
    Keep em coming
     
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  5. Alltheworld601

    Alltheworld601 Arachnoangel

    I love these!!! Take more more more more. :)
     
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  6. CEC

    CEC Arachnoangel Arachnosupporter

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    Very nice, Michael has taught you well!
    That is a very dark T. gigas, I like it, How big is it?
     
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  7. concrete

    concrete Arachnosquire

    Thanks guys :)

    CEC that tapi is about 2" and is not quite that dark in real life. You can chalk that one up on me still learning how to process shots properly.
     
  8. Storm76

    Storm76 Arachnoemperor Active Member

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    Very nice pictures! Thanks for the langenbucheri shots, very few of them around really ;)
     
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  9. concrete

    concrete Arachnosquire

    Thanks Jan. She's a beautiful girl, definitely one of my favourites. I didn't get many shots as she was fresh from a molt and I didn't want to bug her too much. But I will be doing more soon enough :)

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    Avicularia versicolor by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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    Avicularia versicolor by Delibegovic, on Flickr

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  10. advan

    advan oOOo Staff Member

    Awesome shots Mirza! You're getting an insane DOF! Keep them coming! :D
     
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  11. Storm76

    Storm76 Arachnoemperor Active Member

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    Lovely fluffball shots :D
     
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  12. papilio

    papilio Arachnoprince Old Timer

    I'm totally amazed by the excellence of your images ... especially having the patience to do 300-image focus stacks of slings!! :eek:

    I wouldn't mind taking a little bit of credit for your successes but the truth is you've done this on your own. :)
     
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  13. concrete

    concrete Arachnosquire

    Ah Michael class act all the way. I'd totally take credit for some of your shots! :biggrin:
     
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  14. concrete

    concrete Arachnosquire

    This guy is growing like crazy! It almost seems like he doubles in size every molt. I had to relocate him to a bigger enclosure so I figured this was a good opportunity to get a few shots.

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  15. MarkmD

    MarkmD Arachnoprince

    Really stunning pics and brilliant T collection, thanks for sharing.
     
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  16. CEC

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    Nice shots of the Ephebopus murinus, He is a very aesthetically pleasing T.
     
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  17. Storm76

    Storm76 Arachnoemperor Active Member

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    Beautiful E. murinus shots!
     
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  18. mcluskyisms

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    Nice photos and collection! :)
     
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  19. concrete

    concrete Arachnosquire

    Thanks guys :)

    This was an interesting shoot as I got to see this guys heartbeat very clearly at high magnification. He was freshly molted and his abdomen was slim enough for it to show really well. Pretty cool experience.

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  20. papilio

    papilio Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Very cool Mirza! :D

    There have been quite a few times when, flipping through the images of a stack, I see the hairs twitch back and forth ... not only back where the heart is after a recent molt but even up on the carapace long after it's molted! Kinda freaky. lol

    April's Pamphobeteus sp. 'platyomma' MM was moving his front whiskers all over the place! :D
     
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