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    Post your spiders

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    Re: spiders

    Post your spiders






     
    Nikon D610
    Nikon AFS 24-120 F4, VR
    Nikon AFD 50 f1.8
    Nikon AFS 70 - 300 mm VR lens.
    Raynox DCR 250
    Kenko Teleplus pro 1.4

  3. #3
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    Re: spiders

    Post your spiders
    Perhaps Bukitimah frightened everyone off with the extreme quality of his photos but this thread deserves to be revigorated. Spiders are amongst the most feared creatures in the world and yet they are the most fascinating. They are incredibly ugly and yet beautiful at the same time. Please, let's keep this thread going even if the quality can't compete with the original posts.

    So here goes.

    My favourite Wasp Spider.

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    Polaroid PLMRFN Macro LED Ring Flash, Raynox DCR-250, Polaroid 12,20,36mm AF macro extension rings.

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  4. #4
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    Re: spiders

    what lens were you using for the spiders Bukitimah, was it the 50mm wit the raynox? if so thats very impressive, ive been trying a similar setup but not managed to get as good as yours. Just out of curiosity, were these taken with a tripod / focusing rail, flash?

    the last two are my favourites
    Last edited by bechdan; 09-01-2013 at 02:23 PM.
    If in doubt, shoot it

  5. #5
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    Re: spiders

    Golden Silk Orb Weaver (I think)

    Never saw these in south FL before. This one was about 2 - 3 inches

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    Re: spiders

    Post your spiders
    Some of my spiders

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    Post your spiders
    And a few more. Love my backyard

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  8. #8
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    Re: spiders

    Post your spiders
    He got a feed, even though its one of those cute grasshoppers.

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    Scott are you using any of the new gear for these fantastic shots.

    mike
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  10. #10
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    Re: spiders

    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    Scott are you using any of the new gear for these fantastic shots.

    mike
    No not yet Mike, I am only using my D800E, LED ring light, 90mm Macro Tamron and occasionally on board flash. Am looking forward to the arrival of my Raynox which is in transit.
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