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Photo#14510
Wolf Spider - Trochosa

Wolf Spider - Trochosa
Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
April 5, 2005
Size: Body: 10 mm

p.p. work
Toni, that's a great idea and creative. As long as these little guys sit still long enough to cature a couple in sequence. Thanks for the idea. I'll try it.
Excelent capture and well done.

Mike

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Great one!

 
Thank you!
...it's actually 3 photos composited together. When a critter is that tiny, the depth of field is really shallow, so if they sit still long enough, I take shots of the length of their body and splice them together in Photoshop. It's a little extra work, but I am enjoying the results:)

 
very impressive
My photoshops skills aren't nearly that good! I can't even tell this isn't one photo.

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