Busy Bees, Ahma's Sunflowers and Barbara's House.

14 September 2010

Photographs by Neil Mishalov

Camera: Panasonic DMC-LX5

"Photography is nothing, It's life that interests me." - Henri Cartier-Bresson

This is a busy bee. I manually adjusted the camera's parameters to take a close-up, or macro, photograph of the bee, and freeze the bee's frantic motion and at the same time ensure that the bee was in focus: Shutter 1/500s, f/4.0, ISO 250, Macro Focus, Lens focal length 5.1mm, the 35mm camera equivalent is 24mm.


Is she landing, or is she taking off? You decide: Shutter 1/500s, f/4.0, ISO 400, Macro Focus, Lens focal length 5.1mm, the 35mm camera equivalent is 24mm.


Shutter 1/500s, f/4.0, ISO 80, Macro Focus, Lens focal length 5.1mm, the 35mm camera equivalent is 24mm.


This is a HDR (High Dynamic Range) image of Barbara's house. Lens focal length 5.1mm, the 35mm camera equivalent is 24mm.




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