Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Macro Photography

The following 3 flower posts are intended for Sangay who is a regular visitor to this blog and who is interested in macro photography - particularly those of flowers. These images are posted to show him what I mean by even sharpness and focus. I wish I had more time so that I can post some more - but for now this is all I can do.

Enjoy!



7 comments:

  1. Hi Yeshey,
    Thank you so much for taking time to post such wonderful pictures of flowers.
    I wished and will always wish that i could achieve such precision photography techniques.
    Thank you again. It would look even better if you have name for those, either scientific or common name.
    Thank you again,
    Sincerely.

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  2. Hi Sangay,

    My pleasure!

    I will leave the identification of the flowers to you since you are more qualified to do so. I am merely a photographer :)

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  3. Haha...how can you say I'm qualified than you? I'm not...
    I wish i could identify the flowers, but poor me.
    Anyways, great photography. Keep posting, i would try to learn from your photos.
    Sincerely,

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  4. No idea on the second but I am certain the first one is Meconopsis horridula (Tsherngyon) and the third one Thalictrum spp.

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  5. Hi Lakey

    Actually, I have no idea. These flowers were shot around Dhur Tsachu area where I spent about a month doing an assignment for WWF/HELVETA/TCB.

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  6. Hi,

    I know the second - it's a baby bird caught and trapped and hung on a stalk. Just kidding, Aue Yeshey. Beautiful photos.

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