The young king



Hoy les dejo una toma de una especie muy conocida, en Argentina Cardenal común ().
Observando que se alimentaba de las semillas del pasto la idea era lograr fundir el suelo con el fondo para lo cual ubiqué la cámara en una depresión del suelo de manera que el primer plano de la gramilla no estuviera en foco y conseguir esa sensación en “3D”
Espero que les agrade el resultado.

Today I let a shot of a well-known species, in Argentina “Cardenal común” (Paroaria coronata) .Observing that fed on grass seeds the idea was to merge the background with the floor.For which I placed the camera in a depression in the ground so that the first plane of the grass was not in focus and get that feeling in “3D”

I hope you like the result.(sorry for my English)

Nikon D7000 – Sigma 120-400 – 1/640s -f8 – iso200

More information: http://www..com.ar/1/post/2012/10/cardenal-comun-paroaria-coronata.html

Saludos
Regards

The young king

Daniel Vago

Daniel Vago

Daniel Vago is an enthusiastic freelance photographer, specializing on wildlife and the environment. Working in telecommunications and information technology, Daniel is also a member of "Aves Argentinas". By focusing on nature photography, his aim is to show the wonders that surround us with his own personal vision, to contribute to our awareness, and to protect our wildlife. Capturing wildlife images can not only change a person's thinking but can also be an experience to explore and enjoy. Photography or "Painting with light" is an art form, which enables us to capture single moments in time whilst admiring, respecting and protecting all of the species with which we share our planet.

Daniel Vago

Daniel Vago

Daniel Vago is an enthusiastic freelance photographer, specializing on wildlife and the environment. Working in telecommunications and information technology, Daniel is also a member of "Aves Argentinas". By focusing on nature photography, his aim is to show the wonders that surround us with his own personal vision, to contribute to our awareness, and to protect our wildlife. Capturing wildlife images can not only change a person's thinking but can also be an experience to explore and enjoy. Photography or "Painting with light" is an art form, which enables us to capture single moments in time whilst admiring, respecting and protecting all of the species with which we share our planet.

Share this post with your friends



Facebook Comments

1
Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
avatar
Ken_Billington

Daniel, congratulations on your success in our recent “Best Photo of the Week” competition https://focusingonwildlife.com/news/best-photo-of-the-week-ended-16-feb-2013/