Joe Trimarchi

Joe Trimarchi

Lives in United States Advance, NC, United States
Works as a Retired
Joined on May 17, 2004

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  • E-M10 with the 75-300 and a tripod
  • Very nice shots particularly the first that where it is posed just right.
  • E-M10 with 75-300 Below are 5 more shots using the suggestions that drj3 provided. I think they are a bit better and look best viewed full size. They were shot raw and PP using Oly Viewer 3 and ...
  • Well I'm glad you were finally able to get a shot of a dragonfly. I know Brad has identified it as an Eastern Amberwing but dragonflies can be quite difficult to ID and some can only be done under ...
  • These were taken with the 75-300. I sold my 50-200 and the 1.4 TC when I bought the E-M10 and the 75-300.
  • E-M10 with 75-300 and a monopod A pretty little butterfly that I see all summer. Buckeye wings open Buckeye wings closed
  • Thanks for the suggestions. I'll give them a try and see how I do.
  • E-M10 with 40-150 on a Tripod I used a tripod on these two but frankly I've gotten better results when I handhold the camera. With the tripod I tried pre-focusing on the feeder and then just ...
  • E-M10 with 75-300 and mono-pod Cropped and PP with Oly Viewer 3 using Pop Art Filter and other adjustments. Common Buckeye Butterfly wings closed Common Buckeye Butterfly wings open
  • Replied in Cicada Skin
    Great shots all of them. I like Cicadas and usually every summer I get a shot of one or two of them in the tall grass.
  • Replied in Dragonflies
    Nice shots and I particularly like the one of the Eastern Amberwing.
  • Replied in More Dragons
    E-M10 with 75-300 and mono-pod I think they look better full size. Slaty Skimmer Slaty Skimmer Swift Setwing Swift Setwing
  • Very nice shot of what I think is a tobacco hornworm along with the larva of the parasitic wasp. See this link which shows the difference between the tomato/tobacco hornworms. http://www.tomatodirt ...
  • E-M10 with 75-300 and monopod I believe this is a Swift Setwing and if it is it is a new sighting for me as I've never seen this one before. I took a bunch of shots and may post some other later.
  • I like the shot of the dragonfly. Did you post process it at all? I think I might have cropped it a bit tighter but it is nice as it is.
  • A nice shot of the Ebony Jewelwing. I find these little damselflies to be a bit more skittish than other and therefore a bit more difficult to capture a good shot.
  • E-M10 with 75-300 and Monopod Slaty Skimmer male
  • It is funny you say that. I think this is a Silver Spotted Skipper and if you watch them they will chase large Bees away and I don't know what the Bees are afraid of as a Butterfly can't bite or ...
  • I've given up long ago trying to get good depth of field on these small subjects when using a long telephoto lens. What I try to do is just focus on the eyes if I can and use the magnify feature ...
  • Replied in Dragonfly
    E-M19 with 75-300 and a monopod Shot Raw. Cropped and adjusted exposure a bit with Olympus Viewer 3 Widow Skimmer male
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