Spectacular ... great shot, a masterful harmony of colors
Great butterfly, Jacob, do you know the species?Excellent and gracile composition in perfect matching colors.
Absolutely gorgeous!Jacob, you asked me what camera do I use, right? Ok, now you're going to laugh... Once I know nothing abouth photography (and don't like carrying anything with me), I allways have this tiny Cybershot in my pocket! Then I go to (the most basic) DriveHQ Photoeditor, do a click on 'sharpen', another click on 'more contrast' and that's it! :-)As to the 'canvas play', there is this site with a lot of playing options; you just choose one of them, then download a photo from your computer and wait... it can't be easier! Lol! http://bighugelabs.com/flickr/
Why is it that butterflies invariably make me smile?! ;-)
@ JM - I'm not laughing. I have a Sony Cybershot that I used on a trip to Paris and it did an excellent job. However, as Ken Rockwell says, it's not the camera, it's the person holding the camera that makes the difference. (cf. http://www.kenrockwell.com)I think that's true so far as it goes, but better equipment can certainly make things easier to get good shots.You do an excellent job!
@ Juergen - I believe this is a Monarch butterfly.
Lucky you to have butterfly in a sunny day like that. We, first do not have any butterfly in Iceland, and very often we do not have sun neither. I guess that's life ;-)
How did you make it sit still. I can never catch one. It's a beautiful shot.
@ Cindy - You have to run really fast to catch one! ;-))
Fabulous picture!Well done Jacob!Léia
Lovely lovely butterfly and flowers, fab lighting!
Thanks, because I have never seen this butterfly in Germany.
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