20150616 droplets   4 comments

A wet morning. The droplets on the grass and bushes were too inviting, so I took some time to take some photos.

I find it tough to properly frame and crop photos like these, as they are composed of an accumulation of lots of small but interesting elements. There’s not always a well-defined focus or flow to them. When you see an opportunity for a good photo then, go and grab it!

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What I’ve noticed about photographing water droplets is that it’s critical to consider what’s behind the droplet, in terms of both background (flowers and leaves are nice!) and sunlight. Still trying to get better at this.

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Finally, this one is the one that got away. I was really looking forward to showing the blades of grass skewing in all directions, each with its strand of droplets — unfortunately, I didn’t calculate for the foreground piece out of focus.

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Here’s the best crop I could recover from it:

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Posted 2015-06-16 by gaurav1729 in Uncategorized

4 responses to “20150616 droplets

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  1. I love these shots. Water droplets look like miniature worlds. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Beautiful photographs!! I wish I could do that too ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Nope, but thank you for the thought too ::)

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