I noticed this big old male lying in the grass next to my fence. I though he was injured. I grabbed my camera and slowly approached. He watched me and stood up, but did not bound off, just casually munched on the grass, eyeing me off. I was only about 12 feet away when I took these shots.
I started off with the EM1 II on Custom Mode 1 – which I’ve programmed for fast moving shots with priority high shutter speed, high ISO, expecting him to bound off. Wen he didn’t, I switched to manual mode … these images are pretty much unedited out of the camera.
I’m still off work this week, hence a lull in my photography and blogging. I had some physio on the knee and it’s feeling much better after plateauing last week.
I’ve given the website quite an update after watching my physio Doctor fumble with navigation – it was interesting to watch how someone first uses your site – a worthwhile exercise! He went straight for the “Photography” page and I realised that there was no obvious prompts from there. Now orange buttons guide you onto the gallery pages – in essence, my portfolio.
I’ve split the street and portrait page up, added wedding, food and landscape pages. Added the navigation buttons and a line on how to use the galleries on all the pages. I also updated the descriptions and photos.
The “photography” page text was edited and header image changed and the “About” page was edited.
If you’d like to have a look, you can jump in anywhere below.
Feedback on your user experience most welcome 🙂
Thanks for visiting, I hope to be back in almost full action next week 😀