I was in Cornwall last week. This picture was taken at Kynance Cove in the Lizard Peninsula. It is a stitched panorama of 7 overlapping photographs while my son obliged by running across. Click on the photo and follow the link to see the photo in large size! Shot at low tide around 8:30PM.
I’m just starting to experiment with focus stacking to get maximum detail while doing macrophotography. The following is one of my first marginally successful attempts! Comments and criticisms welcome.
Spring is finally here in Cambridge, and sunny days with blue skies open up a new vista for photography!
Camera Settings: ISO100, f/5.6, 1/250 Camera: Nikon D7000 Lens: Sigma 105mm f/2.8
On that particular day in Barcelona at the zoo, there were a few proud peacocks (Pavo cristatus) strutting their stuff to very disinterested peahens! Growing up in India, the peacock was a relatively common sight, and their plaintive calls at sunset time during summers usually heralded possible rain!
As promised, a picture of the red anemone flowering at home and complimenting the blue anemome that I posted previously.
Camera settings: f/5.0, 1/80, ISO100 Lens Settings: f/2.8, 105mm Sigma macro lens Camera: D7000
A tulip from my garden. I love the hint of yellow on the deep colours of the tulip suggesting a flame!
Camera Settings: ISO100, f/10, 1/20 Lens: 105mm f/2.8 Sigma macro lens Camera: Nikon D7000
This Schlumbergera truncata in my home is still flowering, well into April when I was expecting this to begin to set new branches for the coming year!
f/7.1, 1/30 second, ISO100, 105mm f/2.8 Sigma macro lens, Nikon D7000