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Poring Over the Picture

When you are this close to a subject, you had better be sure you are focused on the right part of it. This dragonfly was photographed early one misty morning. It was covered with water droplets so it could not easily fly. That allowed me to get close. Then I made sure the eyes were sharp because the eyes of any creature need to be sharp or the viewer will not see the photo as sharp.


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ISO 800 • 1/100 sec. • f/8 • 60mm lens (MFT)

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