Hippodamia sp. Ladybird beetle
Photo details: Canon 100mm f2.8 macro lens on a Canon EOS 20D
ISO 100, f4.5, 1/320 sec, ambient light
1/320 sec – must have been a bit windy?
This photo was a while ago now, but as I recall the shutter speed was more a function of light levels. I wanted the blurred-out backdrop of a large aperture, and 1/320 was the shutter speed under the full-sun conditions that gave a proper exposure.
As I’ve gotten better at photography, I’ve learned to structure more of my shots more around aperture than shutter speed.
Lovely image. Very inspiring, thanks for sharing
Nice composition. Very nice.
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