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July 25, 2012
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Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 60D
Shutter Speed
1/1579 second
Aperture
F/3.2
Focal Length
100 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Jul 23, 2012, 5:46:19 PM
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Adobe Photoshop CS4 Macintosh
Sensor Size
3mm

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landing approach by Ben-Kelevra landing approach by Ben-Kelevra
data:100mm, 1/1600s, f3.2, ISO200
location:Bumblebee in Hamburg, Germany
camera:Canon EOS 60D
lens:Canon EF 100mm 1:2.8 USM macro

titel: Landing Approach
photographer: Ben Kelevra
taken: 2012/07/23
portfolio: [link]




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:iconjonnysq:
This is the first critique I've ever done, so I hope I do this alright.

I really like the idea behind this photo, and its really well done as far as what its portraying. I feel like some of leaves around the flower kind of take the focus off the significance of the rest of the picture, especially when the stem is focused much better in that fact. As for the flower itself and the bee, i really love the contrasting colors between the two. I really like the contrast between the color and how its all in action for the bee to be traveling to the flower. I also love how the blossom and the bee are focused so nicely.
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Critique by KillerKiona Feb 1, 2013, 1:34:48 PM
This is truly is a classic shot!

The amount of detail you were able to capture without sacrificing the softness the shot naturally has is quite notable. The hairs on the flowers stem should suffice as evidence as they are clearly seen right beneath the bud of the flower. You were able to capture at a split second very natural pose of the bee right before it lands onto the flower.

If I do say so myself, the background isn't distracting and really makes the viewer focus on the subjects in the foreground. In other words, the background really does compliment the bee and flower.

Great job and keep being devious!
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:iconmaclellan999:
Bees are great good shot
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Ben-Kelevra Feb 9, 2013  Professional Photographer
Thank you! :)
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:iconeremitik:
A great macro photo.
The detail of this is amazing. The clarity of the clover and the bee against the blurred green background reminds me of the green screen work in movies.
You also captured a wonderful sense of depth here- with the out of focus leaves that are beneath the head of the clover.
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Ben-Kelevra Aug 9, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thank you very much for this little critique. :)
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:iconeremitik:
You are quite welcome.
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:iconarkhetypon:
Awww! I love bumblebee photos, and this is such a great one!
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Ben-Kelevra Aug 2, 2012  Professional Photographer
thank you! :)
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:iconvickyppv:
Is that It's tongue or something like that?.
Nice macro :D
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Ben-Kelevra Jul 29, 2012  Professional Photographer
It's proboscis, yeah. ;) Thank you! :thanks:
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