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Forum: Foto Fair 1 Day Ago
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Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Use:

In File Menu Select Left/Right Image

In Stereo menu select side by side*

In View menu select fit to window.

If it doesn't look right try View menu Swap Left/Right
Forum: Foto Fair 1 Day Ago
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Views: 254,095
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Nice one. It could be even better if:

a) you cropped both images to make the subject at the same level.

b) you subdued that highlight.


a) is easiest done by auto adjust in Stereo Photo...
Forum: Foto Fair 1 Week Ago
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Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Very nice image. A male of course.

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 1 Week Ago
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Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Cranefly, looks like a Limonia species.

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 2 Weeks Ago
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Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Yes, Mark.Leiobunum rotundum female. Probably the most common species.

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 2 Weeks Ago
Replies: 0
Views: 115
Posted By Harold Gough
I Thought I Was Being Watched

Today, as I do every day, I visited our little copse of native trees at the bottom of the garden. One of them, a Silver Birch, has been dead for several years and is gradually rotting and crumbling....
Forum: Foto Fair 3 Weeks Ago
Replies: 16
Views: 354
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Galloway Pine Marten - at last!

Very well done.

Harold
Forum: The lounge 3 Weeks Ago
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Views: 109
Posted By Harold Gough
Chernobyl The Sequel?

https://www.zdnet.com/article/employees-connect-nuclear-plant-to-the-internet-so-they-can-mine-cryptocurrency/

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 3 Weeks Ago
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Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Forum: Foto Fair 3 Weeks Ago
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Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

I think they lay in the stems under the water and the shot on top of the leaf suggests a pause to rest.

I have a copy of the official records for the reserve and the last time this species was...
Forum: Foto Fair 3 Weeks Ago
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Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Forum: Foto Fair 3 Weeks Ago
Replies: 2,826
Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Excellent image of Common Darters. In the Ruddy Darter the entire side of the female thorax is yellow and the male has red patches extending further back on the wing bases and more intense and even...
Forum: The lounge 4 Weeks Ago
Replies: 55
Views: 750
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: When i was a child

The illustrated London News.

Harold
Forum: Wide angle 14th August 2019
Replies: 2
Views: 221
Posted By Harold Gough
Laowa Launch 4mm Circular Fisheye for m4/3

It's in amongst this article:

https://mailchi.mp/1a963e10333f/venus-optics-newsletter-summer-2019?e=1d732fb0bd

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 14th August 2019
Replies: 1,006
Views: 254,095
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Gymnopus dryophilus: Not as interesting as it looks

There are not many woodland fungi about now, even after recent rain. This one curved into a saddle shape, making it look a bit special, which it...
Forum: Foto Fair 10th August 2019
Replies: 6
Views: 248
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Willow Emerald Damselflies.

Dave,

An excellent set.

They seem to prefer permanent water and are the last of the genus to emerge.

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 9th August 2019
Replies: 2,826
Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Definitely a Darter Sympetrum species. Probably an immature male of the Common Darter S. striolatum.

Nice image.

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 8th August 2019
Replies: 2,826
Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Damsels In My Garden

This is where I do most of my insect macros.

In the first four images I have framed the insects so that they are easy to see.

The last pair are as I see them when...
Forum: Foto Fair 6th August 2019
Replies: 2,826
Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Yes, The red of the male is paler and more patchy that in Ruddy. Female is immature.

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 5th August 2019
Replies: 2,826
Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

Mark, It s Male and Female Blue Hawker aka Southern Hawker.

Emperors don't have those broad (ante humeral) yellow stripes on the thorax or the "nail" on abdomen segment 2.

Nice images.

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 5th August 2019
Replies: 2,826
Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Forum: Foto Fair 5th August 2019
Replies: 2,826
Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Forum: Foto Fair 5th August 2019
Replies: 2,826
Views: 1,921,770
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Communal Dragonfly, Butterfly and Insect photo thread

A Darter, an Obelisk and a Conquest

This session was at the same spot where, two weeks earlier, I photographed a Ruddy Darter resting on foliage. It could be the same male. I seemed worth adding...
Forum: General accessories 3rd August 2019
Replies: 2
Views: 351
Posted By Harold Gough
Emulux Combi Filters

A circular polarizer and an ND filter in one unit:

https://kauserinternational.com/emolux-hd-combi-filters-world-first/

Harold
Forum: Foto Fair 3rd August 2019
Replies: 7
Views: 327
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Bee-Fly

Definitely a Hummingbird Hawk-moth.

Beeflies are around for a short season in the spring whereas the moths only appear in summer.

The beefly tongue is not nearly as long and is held out...
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