- May 14, 2005
Here is my best photo of P.cambredgei. I daresay it's the best P.cambredgei photo I have ever seen.
it's not just the falling he's talking about.i see your point but i give my lady credit for not falling etc...
angle, lighting and surroundings don't depend on the spider as much as the photographer...
Anyway, the pinecones came with the reptile decorative pack... I guess they were sterilized? I removed them now just in case; if you guys think they suck, I will keep them away.
no problem.Yeah, I really had no idea they could be harmful; thanks for letting me know!
That one is very very good too; although I think the background and overall composition of mine are better. Thanks for pointing it out, though, a wonderful specimen!Nice picture, not what I'd consider the "best ever" though.
I love Eric Reynold's picture found here:
But that's just me...
I agree, great photography right there.those are both nice pics of a great looking species..my personal favorite happens to be randy mays version: http://botarby8s.com/images/spiders/pcambridgei2.jpg
i've been thinking about ordering a print of that.