This photo of a Bibron's Toadlet (Pseudophryne bibroni) was taken last year near Bendigo, Victoria. EXIF: Canon EOS 30D : 1/250 sec : f 5 : 100 mm : ISO 200
he's got the most interesting colors. Beautiful shot.
Laurie on 27th January 2007 @ 7:42am
Love the focus - makes the eye stand out amazingly.
AC on 27th January 2007 @ 9:24am
Lovely textures David, how small is this guy? I think I'd prefer a full depth of field, but I know how hard that is in the field...
Kiliii Yu on 27th January 2007 @ 11:49am
Very vivid, the shallow dof adds a nice touch!
Ashish Sidapara on 27th January 2007 @ 12:34pm
Sharpening is a bit too evident on this one, but otherwise fantastic as usual.
Azhar on 27th January 2007 @ 8:37pm
Yeah I'm on the shallow DOF plus side also. This has to be quite small.
cool daddio on 28th January 2007 @ 1:54pm
Nice work. Although, a wider depth of field could have improved the shot, in my opinion. Awesome, nevertheless.
New template? I agree with the person above - I liked the older one more.
Beau Mitchell on 29th January 2007 @ 4:17pm
Great saturated colors and nice texture to this shot. Have to say, having seen Pan's Labyrinth recently I have a whole new perspective on toads.
eli on 30th January 2007 @ 5:36pm
That's a weird looking frog. You live in a great place for wildlife photography. I feel like I've said that before.
Nate on 2nd February 2007 @ 1:00am
Frogs are one of my passions along with photography. I have only delved into photography in last couple of years but am stilling learning things about my Pentax MZ60. Would love to get to the stage of producing work such as yours-one of these days!
Tammy Galvin on 8th February 2007 @ 9:01am