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MinitecaPhotographie

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Like it seems that there are some members who love, like me, jumping spiders I choose to start a new theme on our tiny height legged friends.
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you must have frightened the little fellow - his hair on his forehead is all standing up - seriously a very well captured photo with perfect clarity
Thanks a lot ChanPaul ChanPaul. I made this photo some years ago with a Nikon D7200, Sigma 105mm macro lens, Raynox DCR250, cobra flash and plastic diffuser.
 

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Thanks for starting the Jumping Spider theme, I am located in Singapore and started out what I deem as an hobby in 2015 until now as a much more dedicate interest in many ways. I first started with Nikon D750 with Tamron 70mm-300mm topping off with a Raynox DCR 250 lens. This photo is taken this year of a Portia labiata (Salticidae) stay very still in it's own web(I guess). Nikon D750, F/18 SS 200 ISO 100 on a Zeiss 100 Marko lens. 95% of my shots are handhelded closeup with DIY diffuser. Love to see all great work from all of you here, please feel free to comment, many thanks..
 

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MinitecaPhotographie

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Thanks for starting the Jumping Spider theme, I am located in Singapore and started out what I deem as an hobby in 2015 until now as a much more dedicate interest in many ways. I first started with Nikon D750 with Tamron 70mm-300mm topping off with a Raynox DCR 250 lens. This photo is taken this year of a Portia labiata (Salticidae) stay very still in it's own web(I guess). Nikon D750, F/18 SS 200 ISO 100 on a Zeiss 100 Marko lens. 95% of my shots are handhelded closeup with DIY diffuser. Love to see all great work from all of you here, please feel free to comment, many thanks..
Nice shot. Sharpness is very good at F/18. But Zeiss lens are famous so this not so surprising.
 
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