spun light (Spring insects ). Photo by Olbetsy
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spun light

Uploaded by: Olbetsy

Saturday March 30, 2013

Florence, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Early morning back lighting

Manufacturer: NIKON CORPORATION

Model: NIKON D7000

Orientation: top - left

x-Resolution: 72.00

y-Resolution: 72.00

Resolution Unit: Inch

Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.0 Macintosh

Compression: JPEG compression

Exposure Time: 1/1250 sec.

FNumber: f/4.5

Exposure Program: Normal program

ISO Speed Ratings: 100

Exif Version: Exif Version 2.2

Compressed Bits per Pixel: 4.00

Exposure Bias: -1.33 EV

MaxApertureValue: 4.00 EV (f/4.0)

Metering Mode: Spot

Light Source: 0

Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

Focal Length: 300.0 mm

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SubsecTime: 10

SubSecTimeOriginal: 10

SubSecTimeDigitized: 10

FlashPixVersion: FlashPix Version 1.0

Color Space: Uncalibrated

PixelXDimension: 1200

PixelYDimension: 822

Sensing Method: One-chip color area sensor

Custom Rendered: Normal process

Exposure Mode: Auto exposure

White Balance: Auto white balance

Digital Zoom Ratio: 1.00

Focal Length In 35mm Film: 450

Scene Capture Type: Standard

Contrast: Normal

Saturation: Normal

Sharpness: Normal

Subject Distance Range: Unknown

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7. luvne32
1:11 AM GMT on April 06, 2013
WOW, Betsy! You are modest. It happened because of your choice of lens to some degree. I love the color, highlights, backlights, and the side view of lit up web. This would have been an AC if you did not have the other already.
Congratulations on that, and this.
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6. Olbetsy
1:24 AM GMT on April 03, 2013
Thank you! I did nothing special, I just pointed my camera to a marsh of backlit weeds and spider webs, surprises happen!
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5. pegpics
1:46 PM GMT on April 02, 2013
Awesome capture of the beautiful mysteries of nature!!!
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4. UkiGirl
9:59 AM GMT on April 02, 2013
Wow! What a beauty! How did you do that? For me it's a real work of art! Added to my fav! 10!
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3. sgray11
9:44 AM GMT on April 02, 2013
So pretty - love the abstracted background!
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2. Olbetsy
4:05 AM GMT on April 02, 2013
Thank you, it was my favorite in the series.
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1. taosmtngirl
3:42 AM GMT on April 02, 2013
Wow! What a great image! Love it!
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About Olbetsy

Olbetsy

I am somewhat new to photography. I began with a free point and shoot that came with a computer. It was so much fun, I purchased a SLR camera in 2006 and the hobby swiftly took hold. My camera gets me out and about and has enhanced all my senses finding what this world has to offer. I am also a quilt artist and I use my photography to help me understand color and form that can transfer into quilt art. I am an active member of Emerald Photographic Society and was honored as most promising photographer in 2007 and photographer of the year in 2008. I have recently had images published in National Geographic, the National Wildlife refuge library and National Wildlife Federation Magazine. The contributors to my success are; I carry my camera (s) with me most of the time and I have an Itinerate job which takes me all over rural Linn County Oregon. Many of the photos I post here were shot on a lunch break or from my car window when somethings catches my eye. I am not a person with the patience to set up the perfect photo, instead I bank on spontaneity. I anticipate everything but expect nothing. I look for the big picture though often find a closer focus once I stop and look. Weather is the most important element of outdoor photography. I watch the clouds, temperature, lighting and seasonal changes. Most importantly I have grown to appreciate fellow photographers for insights, tips and all around friendship as much as the hobby itself. I love to see through the eyes of others and WU is a favorite place to visit. I am inspired by the talent found here and have a never ending itch to travel and learn!

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