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Old 09-21-2008, 03:36 PM   #1
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Pics of my skeery yellow spider

My wife found this spider in our flower beds today..he looks kinda mean, but he is very pretty!! I have been working on my camera skills!!!























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No one is scared of this spider??? HA HA

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Cool spider and freaking amazing pictures. What kind of camera?
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What the hell kinda alien spider is that?!


Very Cool though!
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i thought spiders had to have a certain number of abdomen things and legs?? but yeah what kinda camera/lens combo did you use...settings
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Cool spider and freaking amazing pictures. What kind of camera?
Thanks Tiny! Kodak Easy Share Z650 w/ 10x zoom...it was $250 or so about 3 years ago.
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What the hell kinda alien spider is that?!


Very Cool though!
Crab spider...This will explain it...

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i thought spiders had to have a certain number of abdomen things and legs?? but yeah what kinda camera/lens combo did you use...settings

I can't tell what the settings are...I turn it on...zoom to what looks good and click. It's my idiot proof camera!!
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Did you kill it?
No way!!! It helps control the bugs that eat the flowers!!! (I wanted to..)
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Looks delicious!



Steam that baby in beer with some Old Bay! YUMMY!!!
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Steam that baby in beer with some Old Bay! YUMMY!!!
thats freaken sick, calm down there bear grills what is this ccain vs wild
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Ewwwww!!!!
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Al says, keep that down there in Alabama, that thing is gross looking.
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Al says, keep that down there in Alabama, that thing is gross looking.

I am going to box up a dozen or so and ship 'em to ya!!
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I was always taught not to screw with certain animals and insects with colors, the more colors the more venomous they can be. Color is natures caution sign and that bright a yellow really says 'caution' to me... and spider venom is some scary sheeeet.
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I am going to box up a dozen or so and ship 'em to ya!!
lol, how did you even see it? it blends right in
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I was always taught not to screw with certain animals and insects with colors, the more colors the more venomous they can be. Color is natures caution sign and that bright a yellow really says 'caution' to me... and spider venom is some scary sheeeet.
It's just his camo...I put a link ^^ there somewhere that says they are not harmful to humans...although, I would not want to try it out to see!!!
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lol, how did you even see it? it blends right in

The wife found it when she was picking the dead flowers out of the flower beds....They can change color to match their surroundings. Pretty cool actually...still makes me cringe though!

If I ship some to you, you will never see them either...they will look like part of the box!!!
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That thing is scary looking...

Cherokee980, next time you take pics like that, turn your camaro on "Macro" instead of Auto (macro is sometimes just depicted by a picture of a flower) and DO NOT use zoom. Pull the lens all the way in, and physically move the camera closer instead. Macro is for 12" or closer. You will get a REALLY nice and crisp picture of close up stuff that way Just be careful when you take the pics, any movement will be really pronounced in macro.
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That thing is scary looking...

Cherokee980, next time you take pics like that, turn your camaro on "Macro" instead of Auto (macro is sometimes just depicted by a picture of a flower) and DO NOT use zoom. Pull the lens all the way in, and physically move the camera closer instead. Macro is for 12" or closer. You will get a REALLY nice and crisp picture of close up stuff that way Just be careful when you take the pics, any movement will be really pronounced in macro.
Here are the symbols on the dail, video cam, PASM, SCN, Auto, A person running, a womans head, and a symbol for night time pics...which one is the macro????


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I just did a quick google for a pic of your camera, I hope it is the right one. Looks like a DLR kinda? On the top right, below the shutter button (the one that takes pics) is one that has a picture of a mountain and a flower. That button switches between Landscape and Macro mode. The mountain is Landscape, and the Flower is macro
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I just did a quick google for a pic of your camera, I hope it is the right one. Looks like a DLR kinda? On the top right, below the shutter button (the one that takes pics) is one that has a picture of a mountain and a flower. That button switches between Landscape and Macro mode. The mountain is Landscape, and the Flower is macro

Well, sure enough!! Hey thanks!!

I will try a few shots in the AM and see how it turns out (if he is still there)
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When I see bugs like that I pour everything under the sink I can find on it just to make it miserable. Then I set it on fire.
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HAHAHAHAH!!! You know, I have had survival training... And, the first thing they teach you is to NOT eat the bright colored bugs!
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HAHAHAHAH!!! You know, I have had survival training... And, the first thing they teach you is to NOT eat the bright colored bugs!
So you are prejudice?
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That thing is scary looking...

Cherokee980, next time you take pics like that, turn your camaro on "Macro" instead of Auto (macro is sometimes just depicted by a picture of a flower) and DO NOT use zoom. Pull the lens all the way in, and physically move the camera closer instead. Macro is for 12" or closer. You will get a REALLY nice and crisp picture of close up stuff that way Just be careful when you take the pics, any movement will be really pronounced in macro.
Yea, I'd like to see you do that with a camel spider
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Yea, I'd like to see you do that with a camel spider

Uhhhh...no thanks!!!! Are you ??

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