That's a very nice shot, DRioux. Well done.DRioux said:I have a few spider pictures, but they rarely come out good.
I like that one though... it's a small jumping spider hiding in the raspberries...
The eyes are amazing!
First one is beautiful.sedwards said:i couldnt find a thread with spider pics so i figured i would start one. these are from Florida
The angle on the first one is awesome.NancyP said:I enjoy some spiders. Here's another orchard orb weaver and a triangulate orb weaver. The triangulate orb weaver had the bad judgement to spin its web across a hiking trail, and had to re-weave several times that day (twice on my account, forward and back). However, it is a very fast-moving spider - this is one of the few in-focus shots I could get with my manual focus macro lens. (125mm on full frame - I like telephoto with spiders too, for the luxurious bokeh).
Fantastic!kirispupis said:I always enjoy photographing spiders. Here are a few of mine.
I completely agree, it's hard to tell how small they are from most photos. That shot is great.NancyP said:DRioux, that's a great demonstration of the size of the jumper. I am surprised you even found it.
I'm drawn into the funnel, that's cool.applecider said:Not the best technical pictures but interesting to me.
Funnel spider with shed exoskeleton and just a web with morning dew.
Thanks, Applecider. The reflections are from the cheap Mieke ring flash. I'm glad I got that one instead of Canon's since I really hate the glare they produce. In that shot, I feel like it worked out for me.applecider said:Hashim love the eyes.
Also like Rioux's spider eyes (reflections in both cases I'm sure).
Thanks Click.Click said: