Pauline Jaffe  


Frog by Pauline Jaffe

November 2019 - Frog

November 2019 - Pauline Jaffe

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About the Image(s)

This image of a frog was taken at a hands-on macro workshop at Nature Visions in Manassas, Virginia called Frogs, Reptiles, and Insects and it was led by Mike Matthews. I, unfortunately did not have a macro lens. I enjoyed using my new Godox speedlite. First time using speedlite.

I set my Canon Rebel T2i on manual mode, ISO 400, shutter 1/200, aperature f 18. I did very little manipulation to the image. I cropped it a little.


7 comments posted

Donna Paul   Donna Paul
(Groups 24 & 61)
Wow! This is great! Good job.   Posted: 11/10/2019 21:22:31

Charlie Yang   Charlie Yang
look at the original, it's a lot of light, hope you get better with flash, the result will be rewarding. Other than that, it's sharp on the eye, color is great.   Posted: 11/11/2019 09:22:32

Janice Rosner   Janice Rosner
Nice focus and DoF to keep entire frog in focus. I wold suggest to the frog that, when getting his portrait done, he choose a different color group of leaves. :). That said, given that the frog apparently doesn't have good color sense, I wold suggest desating the plant. The frog is the subject and beautiful in his own right, but the brightness and lightness of the pinks compete with the frog and draws my eye away. Pretty as he is, he's not as bright as that leaf behind him. I love how you nailed the focus and exposure on his eye and that needs to be where the viewer lingers.   Posted: 11/11/2019 18:47:51

Muhammed Rafeek   Muhammed Rafeek
wow, superb...   Posted: 11/12/2019 11:58:23

Kerry McFarlane
Pauline this is a wow image for me. Awesome colour, sharpness showing its lumps, bumps and beauty. You have done a sensational job with the frogs eye   Posted: 11/12/2019 17:22:14

Walter Swett   Walter Swett
I find this an interesting image with a sharp focus and good depth of field. I really like the colors of the frog and the catch light in his eye. He looks like he has his eye on his next meal!

I find the leaf at the frog's rear to be a little too bright. You might give consideration when cropping to move the frog slightly to the right. In my opinion, the image might be strengthened if he had a little more space in front of him.

Overall a nice image.   Posted: 11/14/2019 08:38:21

Pauline Jaffe   Pauline Jaffe
Thank you all for the feedback.   Posted: 11/14/2019 08:44:13

 

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