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  1. davholla

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    I'm surprised the bee gave you enough time for a stack; usually the ones I see are rushing around. How many images did you use? Hand-held? Natural light? (so no flash recharging issue?) I suppose it could be done quite quickly if there weren't many shots and it was hand-held with natural light.

    I like the hoverfly best. The hoverfly, and the background. Nice.
     
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    Nice shots David. I like the hover too, its nice and bright unfortunately is not as sharp as I would like, I think if this was with natural light then that will happen.
    I agree about Moths although there are some very nice ones out there if you look on some sites.
     
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    The bee and moth were natural light, the hoverfly was with flash.
     
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    I think that might be narrow DoF Graham rather than lack of sharpness.
     
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    I think it probably was not quite side on to me - normally those settings are sharper than that
     

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