Nature / OVIPOSITION


While a female of Damselfly lays eggs the male keeps other potential mates away by remaining claspers (cerci), located on the male’s abdomen, have a shape unique to each species of Damselfly. My first few shots of this subject with an f/13 aperture were not a little bit interesting due to cluttered background because of wide depth of field. After thinking a little I set f/5.6 and got an absolutely pleasing background and finally generated a bokeh (a Japanese word for the aesthetic quality of out of-focus points of light) shot what I wanted.

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© Satpal Singh
May 11, 2014 23:55
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CameraNIKON / D7100
(Serial: 7300221)
LensNIKON / AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED
FilmDigital / ISO 200
Aperture f/5.6
Shutter Speed 1/1000 sec
Focal Length 105.0 mm
(105mm f/2.8)
TakenApril 20, 2014 10:05
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