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Old 18th May 2010
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Shield Bug

Found this in the front garden the other day.
four stacked frames.
e520, 70-300 zoom.
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Old 22nd July 2010
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A Good Image, for more Impact I would suggest cropping out the leaf on the left hand side and taking a little off the right, thus turning the picture into a square format which suits this kind of shot.
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Old 2nd September 2011
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Re: Shield Bug

Nice picture.
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Re: Shield Bug

It may be the stacking of the 4 frames, but looks a bit blurry, at least at this size.
Still nice picture!
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Old 6th November 2011
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Re: Shield Bug

I like the contrast and detail. Never knew the 70-300 was so capable!
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Old 21st December 2012
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The 70-300 is a great lens !
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Re: Shield Bug

What a shame Martin only posted once here back in 2010 & then a spammer comes along in 2015 to lift his thread post to make it his thread. Anyhow, I thought the photo was a nice one with the E520 & 70-300 lens (although a single frame might have been better), a kit I also bought & used back then too.



EDIT: This is pretty good with 2,354 views.
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