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(Servaea vestita) Jumping Spider #5 (focus Stacked) by Kerrod Sulter

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(Servaea vestita) Jumping Spider #5 (focus Stacked) by 


Many to get this shot with about four stacked images, hopefully experiment with new ideas in the future to achieve better focus while shooting handheld…

Equipment:
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon MP-E 65mm Macro
Canon 430EXII Speedlight with diffuser

Settings:
Shutter Speed – 1/200
Aperture – f/16
ISO – 100

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jumping, spider, macro, insect, canon, eos, 5d, mp e, 65mm, focus, stack

Young enthusiest from Shellharbour NSW, I enjoy a wide spanned of photography but am more passionate about underwater photography.

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Comments

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 1 year ago

  • BigD
    BigDover 1 year ago

  • Thanks BigD, much appreciated…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Robyn Carter
    Robyn Carterover 1 year ago

    Excellent macro shot

  • Thanks Robyn…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Clive
    Cliveover 1 year ago

  • Thanks mate…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 1 year ago

  • Thanks heaps Ray…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Jodie Williams
    Jodie Williamsover 1 year ago

    Oh – he is just beautiful :)

  • Thanks Jodie…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Rookwood Studio ©
    Rookwood Studio ©over 1 year ago

    Congratulations

    Lisa
    Co Host
    Amazing Wildlife Group

  • Peter Wiggerman
    Peter Wiggermanover 1 year ago

    What an amazing shot and spider…

  • Thanks mate…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boilyover 1 year ago

    not easy to choose. you have a stunning spider gallery. beautiful shot ;)

  • Thanks heaps Manon!!! glad you like them…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • MotherNature
    MotherNatureover 1 year ago

    Awesome results! I can’t get a good enough look to see if it is sporting palps (male) but it does appear to be. Handsome boy!!! Congratulations on your feature in Arachnids – FAVE:>)

  • Sounds like you know a bit about them, i posted a journal on where i get my ID’s from but i still have a little trouble, especially with this species as there seems to be so many different variations… Thanks again MotherNature…

    – Kerrod Sulter

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