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03-DEC-2003 Ron Lutz 2nd


Carnegie Museum of Natural History

During lunch break today, I spent some time playing around with Depth of Field in the Invertebrate Zoology Department. A moth seems to trail some cicadas....

Canon EOS 10D ,Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
1/90s f/5.6 at 40.0mm iso800 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
Dulcinaya 24-Jan-2006 04:20
The big moth in the forground is a Promethea Moth. Don't know what the ones beyone it are.
Elizabeth Glass07-Dec-2003 23:22
Awesome use of shallow depth of field. You got this just right. Great job!
David Mingay04-Dec-2003 18:14
I really like this one, tho it does tend to make my skin crawl!!
Jill03-Dec-2003 22:53
Franziska Lang03-Dec-2003 21:45
Beautiful, Ron, I like how the insects are creating almost a repeating pattern and the shallow DOF works well, too :)
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