This image was submitted by Chris Park. The great light shows detail in both the spider and the web. The background gives great contrast with the exception of the lighter spot just under the spider. Try to stay away from composing or cropping images with the subject dead center. With the web's angle you have great possibilities here. Try cropping slightly from the bottom moving the spider out of the middle of the frame. If this has not already been flipped consider flipping it over. —Melissa Macatee
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