Macro Wars 2005

Dark Raptor

Arachnoprince
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I posted this picture in another thread, but... here you go :D
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens abdomen.

 

FryLock

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Steve iv seen in some spiders there's quite a lot of hair around there so i have to ask did you shave her labium {D (thats it im banned).
 

Bean

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Frylock said:
Steve iv seen in some spiders there's quite a lot of hair around there so i have to ask did you shave her labium (thats it im banned).

Errrr, why would you be banned for making a strange innuendo about tarantula mouth parts? :confused: :)
 

Schlyne

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Nowhere as good as many of the other submissions, but I do what I can.

EDIT: I forgot to mention the camera it's a Canon Digital Rebel. I still don't do it justice. I haven't had enough time to sit down and really play with it. As for lenses, I think I may have taken that with the tamron 300mm, can't recall without looknig at the picture info. I need a better lighting setup.


A couple of Legs


 
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priZZ

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Some of my macros, using Ricoh Caplio RR30.

0.1 Haplopelma schmidti



1.0 Xenesthis immanis



0.0.1 Ephebopus cyanognathus





0.0.1 Ephebopus rufescens



Enjoy!
 
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kyle_de_aussie

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andy83 said:
Well,

Need I say more?

-Don't forget to post which cameras are being used.

Here is my submision. I'm using a Canon PowerShot A85 with no macro lens. I need to get one of those soon.

Brachypelma smithi
That is a great picture mate and an equally beastie spider
 

ArachnoJoost

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Beautiful pics all! I'm especially impressed by the E. cyanognathus shot of priZZ, incredible! :drool:
Here's my attempt at some marco photography, cam is a Fujifilm FinePix A210, 3,2 megapixel.

First: some brand new blondi teeth:


Eye shot of a female Poecilotheria rufilata:


Carapace shot of a female Poecilotheria ornata (freshly molted):


And lastly: Nice irridescence (sp?) on Pterinochilus murinus footpad:


Greetz,
Joost
 

priZZ

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ArachnoJoost said:
Beautiful pics all! I'm especially impressed by the E. cyanognathus shot of priZZ, incredible! :drool:
Thanks Joost. :D I like Your Ts!

No name said:
Am I in the right thread? :D
LOL, my friend! Now this is an ugly amphibian! {D But a nice picture also. Very good sharpness, colors, and good digital art, with a very good typography. As usuall.

Back to topic: what about this macro? ;)

Some sort of Collembola (anybody knows the scientic name of this little fellas?):



And yes, I'm still using the Ricoh Caplio RR30... ;P
 

priZZ

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The deadly encounter ....
My dear Friend, I see this is getting serious! :D Poor, ugly, frog! I'm waiting for the next episode!
 

Bearo

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No name said:
The deadly encounter ....
That is art man :D :clap:
you can really see the fear in the frog's eyes hehe...
great pics...
 
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