Red Pierrot Butterfly

Clicked this shot of the Red Pierrot butterfly at the backyard of the house in Chandigarh, one evening after some lovely rains. I was out to click some good shots and suddenly found this beautiful butterfly.

Red Pierrot butterfly

EXIF:

Canon 500D, 1/20 s shutter at F/8

ISO-800 at 250mm focal length

What i liked:

  • Sharply captured image
  • Plain uncluttered backdrop

Wings of the Tiger Butterfly

Final pic from the series of the shots i clicked of this tiger butterfly. Sharing as the wing span of the butterfly came out really good.

Tiger wingspan

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/8 and 1/250 s

ISO-200 at 250mm focal

What i liked:

  • The wing span of the butterfly
  • Sharpness

What could have been improved:

  • Extreme right part of the wing of the fly could have been improved hadn’t there been so many distractions.

The relaxed Red Vented Bulbul

Shot this Red Vented Bulbul in my office campus when it was resting on a metal rod and relaxing herself. She was way higher than me but still managed to get a decent eye level view of her.

Relaxing Red Vented Bulbul

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/8 and 1/250 s shutter

ISO-200 at 250mm focal length

What i liked in the image:

  • Nice image of the birdie
  • Dont know what this is called, but i liked the way it inflates herself with air

Another Tiger Butterfly

The same Tiger butterfly i had been chasing for quite some time now. Liked this playful mood of her, so sharing the pic.

Tiger butterfly

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/8 and 1/320 s shutter

ISO-250 at 250mm focal length

What i liked in the image:

  • Sharpness, even the eyes of the fly can be seen clearly.
  • Color tone

[Butterfly] Tiger: Different angle

Another shot of the same Tiger butterfly that i shared few days back. Clicked this image too at the same venue which is my office campus.

Tiger B'fly

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/8 and 1/250 s shutter

ISO-250 at 250mm focal length

What i liked in the image:

  • Sharp image of the butterfly
  • Bokeh of the background

What i didn’t like:

  • Bit cluttered background

[Butterfly] Tiger

Shot of the Tiger butterfly which i clicked after chasing it for a long time in my office campus, one evening. This is my first shot of the beauty.

The Tiger

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/8 and 1/250 s shutter

ISO-200 at 250mm focal length

What i liked:

  • Sharp image
  • Creamy bokeh
  • Leading lines
  • Rule of thirds

What i didn’t like:

  • Bit harsh pink color in the background, otherwise all fine.

The Thirsty Bird

Pic of a common sparrow (i guess) which i clicked in my backyard one hot afternoon when it came down to drink water. A different angle on the bird photography 🙂

Drinking water

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/6.3 and 1/320 s shutter

ISO-1600 at 250mm focal length

What i liked in the image:

  • Sharp pic of the bird
  • The composition of the bird drinking water

What i didn’t like:

  • Cluttered background
  • Wire behind the bird, which i tried cloning but didn’t work out.

[Butterfly] Solitude

Shot of the same butterfly from my backyard resting in solitude. Used a good tele lens to shoot from a distance and develop a good bokeh with high aperture opening.

butterfly resting in solitude

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/5.6 and 1/320 s shutter

ISO-1250 at 250mm focal length

What i liked in the image:

  • Sharpness in the image
  • Good bokeh
  • Rule of thirds being followed

Butterfly shot

Clicked this beautiful butterfly in my backyard, one of my first tries at butterfly photography.

Butterflly

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/5.6 and 1/320 s shutter

ISO-1600 at 250mm focal length

What i liked in this image:

  • Sharp shot of the butterfly
  • Colors of the beautiful bird

What i didn’t like:

  • Noisy Background

Myna: looking sideways

Clicked the beatiful Myna on its normal mood, when it came to eat some food where i was already lying down to capture this shot without disturning it.

Looking sideways

EXIF:

Canon 500D at F/5.6 and 1/250 s

ISO-250 at 250mm focal length

What i liked:

  • Sharpness in the image/eyes of the bird
  • Shallow Depth of Field