“In Their World” Series – Unwanted Highlights In Your Photography?
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I normally do not go out with the sole intentions of getting a card full of insect type shots, but when something presents itself, I will work it and work it very hard!
I like to give the image of a insect that “in their world” feel with careful and different compositions, plus, always looking for something different within the background itself. To me, it has to say “different”!
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“In Their World” – Series.
One thing that I will always try to find in that background is some type of highlights, if it be from pure light or maybe some type of reflection.
The bright area in the background here is from a drop of moisture and a blade or two of grass, shot late in the day, selectively focused for depth and for that “in their world” feel.
Does not always work out the way that I want it to, but when it does, it can give that every day “ho-hum” insect shot a bit of impact. Impact is something that you should always strive for in your images, whether it be subtle or bold in the way that it grabs the viewers eyes.
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