|Ziren Wang Photography|
By luck, I saw this tiny green cricket perched at rest high on a mountain. I quickly withdrew my camera and snapped - before I realised a missing step in my photo-taking procedure - I forgot I take off the lens cap! But I was extremely lucky that these cricket was oblivious enough and remained standing there like a statue. I took a picture at the widest possible aperture I can with kit lens 18-55mm and subsequently cropped out some negative space in piacasa.
*now i regret not shooting in raw! It will save more detail...
I am Ziren Wang, a student from Raffles Institution, Singapore. I picked up a camera in January 2009 and I've never looked back. I seek to contribute to the very community that introduced me to photography as well - my school. I frequently and delightfully cover events for my school and my community as a member of the photographic society.
Your comments are greatly appreciated, and your critiques are adored. However, please do not reproduce these photos in any way without my permission. Please contact me if you have any enquiries. Visit my About page for my contact details.
Canon EOS 500D