Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Countryside 2

f/9.0 :: 1/60s :: ISO100 :: 18mm

The symmetrical layout of these trees somehow illustrate the wonderful nature of all living things. The fact that these trees are planted on the road shoulder would mean that we tend to miss out these scenes as we walk along the main road. Sometimes, it's good to take a step back or to the side in order to observe what lies around us.


Friday, January 12, 2007

Feeding Time

f/5.6 :: 1/6s :: ISO400 :: 55mm

As he grows older, his reaction times become faster, and his attention span becomes very short. Trying to captivate him while feeding him his dinner, he suddenly turned to face the camera, and I managed to capture this using a fairly low shutter speed. Watch the hands at both sides trying to lure him into eating peacefully!

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Study of Motion 2

f/36 :: 1s :: ISO100 :: 55mm
(I think the camera Aperture reading was screwed up)

I was trying to capture the essence of motion in a static scene. Sometimes all it takes is a gentle flick of the wrist to generate this type of scene. This picture speaks to me as a statement of energy and vibrance in every day objects.

Friday, January 05, 2007

Steady Hands 2

f/5.6 :: 1/10s :: ISO400 :: 55mm

This pair of steady hands hold emotions and feelings beyond the wildest imagination of the casual observer. Indeed, we are all indebted to him for supporting and taking care of us all this while...