Photographer's Note

Hello to all TE members. This is the third post of the ďNature in MacroĒ photo series, which was shot at Gunung Ledang in Johor on the 20th of March to 22nd of March.

And here Iíve the third post dedicated to our friend from Sabah, Pak Bani, the true photographer whom are able to cover all fields, from the river to the sea, from the mountain up to the peak, from the open fields of paddy to the stage of traditional performer. A very diversified camera guy.

Hey Pak Bani, itís an honor to get to know you through TE.

Alright folks, let me continue with this shot, a very common insect from the mountain. I donít know what itís called. And I hope somebody out there would be able to help me out in naming this little creature.

For me, before executing every shot which have came to my contact, I will make study of the surrounding to enable me to get the correct angle. And that includes the sufficient natural lighting, as well. As you know, the forest is covered with tall rising trees which have covered the ground in less lighting; most probably of getting an under-exposed image is very high. And not wanting to come back for a second shot, this PRINCIPLE of my thinking is to get the BEST from the first shot, AT ONCE!

Exposure Program Ė manual
Speed Value Ė 1/60s
Aperture Value Ė f/5.0
Focal Length Ė 90mm

So, folks, enjoy this cool macro shot and I will be posting the next image next week.

Cheers to all and good day.

glowdigit, PJE, weswang, alvaraalto, jhm, aloyho, Olrik, rabani, elmec, aznegrao ha contrassegnato questa nota come utile

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