KRYSTA SARAH DABIDEEN
Natural Beauty - KSD
• The photograph “natural beauty” was taken at the
University of Texas at Dallas.
• This Species is known as the Great Spa...
Stephen Jay – Photography
Get in Line
• The birds in this picture is known as the Scarlet
Ibis and is one of the National Birds of Trinidad
and Tobago.
• It res...
Specs of the Photograph in Study
• Taken at 5:59pm at the Caroni
Swamp, Trinidad
• D7000 (camera)
• ISO3200
• 500mm
• f/6....
I think that both photographs captures nature at
its best. However the equipment used brings
out the best in one over the ...
References
• https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=7
85770371438937&set=pb.147533021929345.
-2207520000.1389356552.&type...
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  1. 1. KRYSTA SARAH DABIDEEN
  2. 2. Natural Beauty - KSD
  3. 3. • The photograph “natural beauty” was taken at the University of Texas at Dallas. • This Species is known as the Great Spangled Fritillary and is found in North America and some Southern states. • This was taken in early December when most Butterflies migrate south due to warmer weather. The beauty of nature inspires me to want to capture and preserve it. Photographers for National Geographic have long been the people that I look up to because of the beauty of their shots. However, there is a particular Photographer close to home who I think does justice to when it comes to preserving. Stephen Jay is young in the field, but his work is exquisit.
  4. 4. Stephen Jay – Photography Get in Line
  5. 5. • The birds in this picture is known as the Scarlet Ibis and is one of the National Birds of Trinidad and Tobago. • It resides in the Caroni Bird Sanctuary which is located in the Caroni Swamp – an area set aside by the government for the protection of these birds. • Several thousand Scarlet Ibises nest in the Sanctuary and can be seen in large number during the last couple of hours of daylight. • The birds feed mainly on crab which they seek out in the mud flats of the red mangrove. It is the crustaceans in their diet that give these birds their magnificent colour.
  6. 6. Specs of the Photograph in Study • Taken at 5:59pm at the Caroni Swamp, Trinidad • D7000 (camera) • ISO3200 • 500mm • f/6.7 • 1/250th
  7. 7. I think that both photographs captures nature at its best. However the equipment used brings out the best in one over the other. Whilst I only used my camera phone, Stephen used an SLR camera, which is designed to filter light and take better photos. The proper use of such camera as well as the use of Photoshop enhances the picture in more ways than one.
  8. 8. References • https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=7 85770371438937&set=pb.147533021929345. -2207520000.1389356552.&type=3&theater

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