Canon 1D Mark IV and Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS Macro at the Botanic Gardens. The water droplets remind me to always appreciate every single little things I have in my life. Enjoy the photos. I then shot the same image above but purposely set the water droplets to be out of focus. I like the
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Have you seen a grasshopper drinking water droplet? I shot it doing that this morning at the Botanic Gardens. It uses one of the front leg to scoop the water droplet and bring it to its mouth. I could see the action very clearly through my macro lens when it was doing that. See the
Grasshopper F: “Hey, can you please do it quickly? We are being photographed!!!” Grasshopper M: “It’s OK. We’ll be famous. And don’t move now!! Pause!! He is going to press the shutter button. We will be blur if we move.” Grasshopper F: “Shall I say ‘cheeeseeee’?” Grasshopper M: “No need, he won’t see our smiles.
You can use your camera to create abstract photography images by moving the camera during the exposure time. I shot the above image by moving the camera vertically down. To be able to do this, you need to use a very slow shutter speed. The lighting was bright enough this morning, hence I had to
Canon P and Canon 35mm LTM f/2 on Kodak black and white film Tri-X 400. Keep walking, Johnnie. Go find the Black Label.
I posted this on my Instagram few days ago and have wanted to post it here, but wasn’t able to until now. I took this photo using the Hipstamatic app on my iPhone 4s while I was having my breakfast at a coffee place in City Hall. They could easily be in their 80s but