Another photograph from last weekend, saw this Bee licking it’s legs or probably was cleaning it. Captured from a Nexus5 and a PhotoJojo Macro Lens.
Was at my cousin’s place last weekend, took my camera with me since I knew they have a garden on the terrace of their house. I had a field day capturing Macro of the flowers. This one you see isn’t one, loved the bright yellow flower against the blue sky, captured this with my Nexus 5 at a low angle and post-processed into Black and White.
Have been listening to Mumford & Sons since a couple of days, enjoyed the compositions of Lover Of The Light, The Cave, Little Lion Man.
This one has been on my mind all day and so … Quote Typographed.
On a fine Sunday morning (couple of weeks back) ventured out to Cubbon Park, to photograph nature as it’s fresh and pollution free. Found a flock of pigeons feeding on bread crumbs at one part of the park. Took out my then attached 50mm lens to photograph them.
It’s quite difficult to photograph these pigeons in focus with a prime lens, they keep flying away when approached at close proximity. I managed to capture after several attempts, got a few good captures. This, however is only a crop.
During a Photowalk with a college friend at Cubbon Park on a fine Sunday morning. Found small flowers lined up against the bushes and since i had a fancy to try out Macro photography with shallow depth of field this turned out to be the best moment to experiment with a 50mm lens. I totally loved the result.
This was captured when i was out with Family and relatives at an outing at Ruppis Resort near Big Banyan Tree, Bangalore off Mysore Road. Did not have a working camera back then and so used my Nokia N8 as a camera all the while at the resort.
For this particular moment i used my Samsung Galaxy S2 so i could capture and upload right away. Macro mode on default camera of S2 did a decent job, took several captures to get it right and by the time i took out my N8 for a clearer and zoomed in version, this Dragonfly flew away.
I’m still pondering over what my next artwork would be, until then here’s the second of my Typography Quotes.
I highlighted “with a flaw” because the color red is catchy and that i’m stressing on the words. Every worldly material comes with a flaw, we can only choose to disregard it and carry on with the positives it holds in itself.