Jumping! spider

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    I love jumping spiders!
    It is so pretty!

    Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 60mm F2.8 with E-300

    phlewght, quinet, and 24 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ShawnXian (Busy Healing!) 97 months ago | reply

      I love jumping spiders, too!
      Great capture!

    2. jacki-dee 97 months ago | reply

      This is great! such texture, great color too.

    3. David.S.L 97 months ago | reply

      wow nice detail

      how did u do this???

      in a lab???

    4. RobDurfee 97 months ago | reply

      Amazing capture. How do you get a jumping spider to hold still long enough to get such a good shot?

    5. Hudlu [deleted] 97 months ago | reply


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    7. shutterfly29 97 months ago | reply

      Amazing picture! Its like the spider is going to jump right on me! Eeeeeek!

    8. LucaPicciau 97 months ago | reply

      Perfect details! congrats!!!

    9. bettyfrascati 97 months ago | reply

      OMG, does it have 4 eyes? Fascinating, creepy, yet kinda cute. I can't stop looking at it!!

    10. ... Arjun 97 months ago | reply

      Wow! Amazing capture.

    11. manyfires 97 months ago | reply

      Great focus and color!

    12. immolation 97 months ago | reply

      Excellent capture, how big was it? I've handled tarantulas before but a jumping spider doesn't sound like fun.

      @bettyfrascati: Most spiders have 8 eyes. This one has 4 on top, 4 in front.
      I wonder what spider vision looks like!

    13. OpenCage 97 months ago | reply

      Thank you so many comments. And sorry about my late comment.

      I shot this picture with flash light and smaller aperture under bright daylight. It made depth of field deeper.
      And shot with low ISO number(64-100) is effective to take clear detail.

    14. re-Verse 96 months ago | reply

      so crisp. I'm not sure if its creepy or cute - great shot.

    15. Plark 95 months ago | reply

      Great macro.

      Looks fantastic viewed large.

    16. ComputerHotline 63 months ago | reply

      Thanks for licensing this image as CC "by-sa" !
      Your photo is uploaded here :
      under the terms of the Creative Commons "by-sa" license.

      Found in a search. (?)

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