Common Darters Mating 12 September

e6filmusere6filmuser e6filmuserRegistered Users Posts: 3,227 Major grins
edited September 20, 2022 in Holy Macro

These were on vegetation close to the pond from which I have recently uploaded a series of dragonfly and and damselfly images.

Most of them show pairs clasping each other plus there is a lone male.

The stereos are crosseye and conventional versions.

Olympus EM-1 (aperture priority), Panasonic 100 - 400mm Leica DG Vario-Elmar at 213 & 400mm at f8, hand held

Harold

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  • spanky117abspanky117ab AlbertaRegistered Users Posts: 114 Major grins

    Very cool stereo shots Harold . I find it easier to go cross eyed and the scroll down the photos instead of trying do go cross eyed for each one separately. I find it interesting how each individual cross eye photo looks quite un sharp yet together they are very sharp. Great captures....Mike

  • e6filmusere6filmuser e6filmuser Registered Users Posts: 3,227 Major grins
    edited September 19, 2022

    @spanky117ab said:
    Very cool stereo shots Harold . I find it easier to go cross eyed and the scroll down the photos instead of trying do go cross eyed for each one separately. I find it interesting how each individual cross eye photo looks quite un sharp yet together they are very sharp. Great captures....Mike

    Thanks, Mike.

    You will find that after, maybe, a week or two of viewing crosseye stereos no effort is required and your eyes cross automatically. Life can be quite interesting at traffic signal lights! :D

  • Paul IddonPaul Iddon Major grins Registered Users Posts: 5,082 Major grins

    Yes, stereos work well Harold.

    Paul.



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  • e6filmusere6filmuser e6filmuser Registered Users Posts: 3,227 Major grins

    @Paul Iddon said:
    Yes, stereos work well Harold.

    Paul.

    Thanks, Paul.

    I'm not always so lucky with lack of wing movement between frames.

    Harold

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