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Green-veined White Butterfly
A young Green-veined White butterfly.
File information
Filename:Green-veined_White3.jpg
Album name:George / George's Album
Camera:Canon 5D
Lens:Canon 70-200 L + Teleplus 2X extender
Author's Comments:The recent warm sunshine up here on the 54th has brought out the butterflies.
Editing Performed:Crop, touch brightness, contrast and usm, re-size.
ISO:320
File Size:222 KB
Date added:May 10, 2007
Dimensions:900 x 792 pixels
Displayed:200 times
Color Space:sRGB
Components Configuration:YCbCr
Customer Render:0
Date Time:2007:05:10 21:09:10
DateTime Original:2007:05:09 08:34:46
DateTime digitized:2007:05:09 08:34:46
Exif Image Height:792 pixels
Exif Image Width:900 pixels
Exif Interoperability Offset:920
Exif Offset:220
Exif Version:version 2.21
Exposure Bias:0 EV
Exposure Mode:1
Exposure Program:Manual
Exposure Time:1/250 sec
FNumber:f 7.1
Flash:No Flash
Flash Pix Version:version 1
Focal length:200 mm
Make:Canon
Metering Mode:Unknown
Model:Canon EOS 5D
Orientation:Normal (O deg)
Resolution Unit:Inch
Scene Capture Mode:0
Software:Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
White Balance:0
X Resolution:72
Y Resolution:72
YCbCrPositioning:Datum Point
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john s  [May 11, 2007 at 07:41 AM]
Have never seen one of these, well captured, George, a pity about the light coloured foliage bottom of shot, but one cannot pick the backround sometimes, a fine shot though as is.
TelKen  [May 11, 2007 at 11:23 AM]
Nice pose George, but my view seems to display a very shallow DOF, which is a shade behind the subject, bring the leaf into better focus. Also agree the overly bright patch at the bottom, does drag ones attention away from the subject. But having thrown many attempts at similar shots away myself, I do know the problems, so it's still a fine attempt.
George  [May 11, 2007 at 07:00 PM]
DOH, never noticed that bright patch, even when I inserted my logo.
Now cloned out offending high light
Merlynn  [May 11, 2007 at 09:20 PM]
Are these the ones we used to call cabbage whites George, not so plentiful now as when I was a kid, I recall seeing literally hundreds of them dancing in their mating ritual over meadows filled with bright yellow buttercups, the members of the local allotments society was continually at war with them , spraying the cabbages with various evil smelling concoctions to try to keep them away, with little success I may add ,
Nice shot this, not easy with these mobile creatures, though I agree with Ken about the depth of field, well done!
George  [May 12, 2007 at 07:44 PM]
Merlynn the cabbage whites are either Large Whites or Small Whites, Green-veined are a different specie.
Merlynn  [May 13, 2007 at 12:23 AM]
Ah well done George, your reply is noted, will keep a lookout for one of these green veined blighters on my cabbage patch
John T  [May 13, 2007 at 11:16 AM]
Difficult subject well captured George, never had much luck myself, time I've got my camera out, the little blighters flown away or next door's cat has eaten it.