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Errol Niblett / 1,340 items

N 35 B 740 C 224 E Jul 6, 2013 F Jul 6, 2013
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Square-cropped. 200 mm lens; ƒ/7.1; SS: 0.003 sec (1/400); Shutter Priority; Handheld.
VIEW LARGER ON BLACK at: www.fluidr.com/photos/lorre_01.


© 2013. Errol Niblett photography - All rights reserved
(to use, please ask permission: NiblettEL@gmail.com)

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Tags:   butterfly. insect bestcapturesaoi COTH5 ABigFave

N 16 B 3.0K C 17 E Mar 6, 2015 F Mar 6, 2015
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'FRUIT BOWL'
Latest 'still life' photo in response to an assignment for Civray Photo Club for March. Taken today (6th March). Getting more used to the genre now and feeling more comfortable with it. Simple set-up: small Japanese fruit bowl: a clementine, a few green grapes and a kaki fruit set up in soft window light. No artificial lighting used but tripod used to stabilise camera because of the long shutter speed (5 seconds) owing to the low-light conditions. Post-processing in Adobe Lightroom 5.

Camera: Nikon D600; 24-85 mm lens at 80 mm.
Exposure details: ISO 160, 5 sec exposure at ƒ/14
Ref: (20150306-DSC_1697©ELN)

Tags:   Still life fruit

N 22 B 628 C 6 E May 21, 2018 F May 23, 2018
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Taken 21 May, 2018.
Nikon D300
24-120 mm lens@70 mm
ƒ/19; 1/4; ISO 200
Post-processing in Adobe Photoshop.
Textures added.
File ref:20180521-DSC_1157Textureadded
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Tags:   Flowers Still life rose pink texture blue green leaves flower nature plant

N 25 B 1.0K C 56 E Jan 2, 2014 F Jan 3, 2014
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Taken 2 January 2014.
See enlarged at www.flickr.com/photos/lorre_01/11728343805/sizes/l/
Camera: Nikon D600
Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/640)
Aperture: f/10.0
Focal Length: 105 mm
ISO Speed: 640
Exposure Bias: -5/3 EV

Tags:   Sheep farming field

N 16 B 602 C 4 E May 21, 2016 F May 22, 2016
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Caught this little beauty in the act of merrily munching her way through the tips of the emerging leaves of one of my lilies. Pretty to look at but and when I examined the underside of the leaves there were lots of tiny orange-brown eggs. These hatch into larva which make quite a mess of your lily plants. I simply rubbed off all the eggs and used the beetle as a photographic model. I'll have to look out though because she will probably be back.
Here's what the RHS website says about them: Lily beetle and its larvae are leaf-eating pests of lilies and fritillaries. The adult beetles are very occasionally found on other plants but lilies and fritillaries are the only plants on which eggs are laid and the grubs develop. Apart from spoiling the plants' appearance, attacks in early summer can result in undersized bulbs developing, which may not flower next year. Lily beetle has become widespread in the UK over the past three decades.

Photo taken: 21 May 1016
CameraL Nikon D600
Lens: 105 mm Nikkor
Exposure Settings: ƒ/9; 1/160; ISO 320
File ref:20160521-DSC_7811©ELN


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