Joe Trimarchi

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

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  • Replied in Skipper
    Good luck with your new lens. Everytime it goes on sale I'm tempted to buy it.
  • Replied in Pearl Crescent
    This is a tiny little butterfly that decided to sit on a chair on my front porch. Taken with my little used 40-150 in Raw then processed and heavily cropped.
  • Menu-Card Setup-All Erase will erase everything. Otherwise you can scroll through your pics and individually mark the ones you want to erase by pressing the red Record button,
  • Replied in Granddaughters
    Just playing around with the NIK Collection Silver EFEX Pro. Sisters Cousins
  • Replied in Wanderer.
    A nice shot of everyone's favorite butterfly.
  • A very nice shot of the Halloween Pennant. It is difficult to get good DOF on these little dragonflies but with the Pennants it is the wings that are most attractive. You also got the Female ...
  • Wow! Great shots. Great lighting and a perfect pose for the dragonflies. I love the twelve spotted skimmer but haven't seen one since I moved from MA years ago. Good shooting.
  • This was shot on the shady side of my house with my little used 40-150. I shot it in RAW in Aperture mode with the camera setting as +1 Exposure, Auto ISO, and 5.6 Aperture. The camera chose 1/25s ...
  • Replied in More Dragon
    Very nice shots. I particularly like the first one of the male Common White tail. The lighting is just right!
  • Very nice Brad. You got the skipper to pose in just the right position.
  • Rather noisy but it has been post processed a bit.
  • Great captures of the tiny little Amberwings. The pose you captured is known as "obelisking". Some think it is used to warm up and others think it is used to cool down.
  • E-M10 with75-300 and Monopod. These are the black version of the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail. They seem to love these Cone flowers.
  • Great shots of the Blue Dasher laying eggs. I've tried to capture a few inflight but either my technique or my lens, the 75-300, isn't up to the task.
  • Replied in Tawny Crescent
    E-M10 with 75-300 and a monopod Tawny Crescent Butterflies on a cone flower
  • Replied in Neon and Flame
    Nice shots particulalry of the two in flight. The tail dipping is the female laying eggs. THose are two dragonflys that I've never seen before.
  • Replied in Enjoying lunch
    This little Eastern Amberwing is devouring the little insect it just caught and it looks like there is another just in front of it. Eastern Amberwing
  • Replied in Cicada
    E-M10 with 75-300 and a monopod. The first shot is how the cicada was when I saw it. In post processing I decided to rotate it and I like that view better. Then I cropped it even more and I like ...
  • Replied in Dragonflies
    Nice shots Brad. I haven't seen a 12 Spotted Skimmer since I moved from MA to NC. They are a beautiful Dragonfly.
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