A photographer should literally have a backbone. How cheap can one sell? Jokes apart... I mean seriously, having a backbone is so very important for a photographer. I realized this when I fell yesterday, flat on the ground, on my back, and now have a back pain, not a severe one just a nagging pain which won't let me bend and take pictures. I can sit for a bit and do some work on the computer, that's all. So here's a post with animal shots which I clicked last week. These guys were roaming everywhere in the Zoo.
Shutter speed -1/350 secs
ISO - 100
I have always known from my experience, that animals are the greatest
posers and great subjects to take pictures of. So, I went to a Zoo, yes I
do not live in a forest to capture wild life.
I do not have any models that I know of,
so I am not very good at people portraits, though, I would like a few
models whom I can click occasionally. Ha! Ha! My family doesn't even want
themselves to be clicked. So I am just left with candid shots of them.
Animals are my only chance.
Adjacent is a green Lizard.
Shutter Speed - 1/30 secs
ISO - 400
To the left is the King of the jungle - The Lion King. Lazing on a rock with no worries. Could hear an occasional call back to it's mate. This is the most powerful animal after Man I know of, you can see that in it's eyes. Man is even more powerful than any creature on Earth, I believe, not by muscle but by brain. This is why this great powerful beauty is in a Zoo and Man is not. Well, this is what I think, others may differ on this.
Shutter Speed - 1/45
ISO - 100
This is all for now. Hope everyone will stay safe and have a nice weekend.