Monday, October 19, 2009 by kchung
Title: Lightning in Perhentian Island, Terengganu, Malaysia
Sunday, October 04, 2009 by kchung
Saturday, September 26, 2009 by kchung
What I Like About It: There is something about macro photography that makes you appreciate your surroundings. If you were to walk by this bee on a flower, you would most likely overlook it and go along your merry way. When scenes like this are magnified through macro photography, however, you have a greater appreciation for everything around you and the details you miss every day. This photo does a fantastic job of capturing the details of the flower and bee while taking emphasis off the background elements and is full of vibrant colors.
Sunday, September 20, 2009 by kchung
Notes from the Photographer:Shot at Toronto's Centre Island. A great example of being in the right place at the right time. My sister and I went to the Island after work for some photos and this amazing sunset started to form, so I quickly put the camera on a tripod and started shooting intervals (using the Pclix) for about an hour hoping to capture the lightning. I have 5 lightning shots out of around 600 photos and this is the best one.
What I Like About It: This is a fantastic photograph by Sam Javanrough. The composition is set in thirds to the top and left. There's great details throughout the photo, especially the lightning, which immediately draws your attention. My favorite part about the photo are the colors. The mixture of red/orange where the sun sets contrasts nicely with the dark blue in the sky and water. If you like this photo, you'll love the rest of Sam's photos. Check them out at his Flickr account.
Friday, September 11, 2009 by kchung
What I Like About It: This is a wonderful photo by Flickr user ♥starxdust for a 365 day project. The photo is split into thirds with the girl set at the one thirds line. I think this photo has a sense of wonder and mystery to it. The umbrella is hiding the girl's face, which hides the intent/emotion that she is feeling and the barren trees and snow filled ground help to set the mood. Although the snow in the air wan't a part of the original image, it adds some more life to the photo. This photo is even more impressive because it was done by a 16 year old.
Wednesday, September 09, 2009 by kchung
Notes from the Photographer:From one of my recent trips.I got a very spacy feeling when I took this one.
What I Like About It: I'm not exactly sure how John took this picture and I'm not entirely sure that it matters. The thing that does matter is how awesome this photo is. You have a shooting star, some clouds from the atmosphere, something that looks like a nebula and an awesome reflection of the sun on the water, or at least that's what I think those things are. One of the cool things about this photo are the way the comet and cloud formation lead your eyes to the reflection in the water. Another thing is the amount of detail and the clarity of the photo. This is just another photo that shows why onexposure is the top photo site out there.
Wednesday, September 02, 2009 by kchung
Title: Colorful Sky Photograph
What I Like About It: This photograph truly captures the true beauty and wonder of the sun and sky. The way the sky gradually turns from pink to blue is truly astonishing. I also like the way the sun bounces off the clouds and reflects a yellow hue. Lastly, The rays emitting from the sun are what truly make this a unique and wonderful image. You rarely see a photograph with such defined rays, which makes this photo one of a kind.
Monday, August 31, 2009 by kchung
What I Like About It: Anyone who has tried to take pictures of animals in action will know what an opportune and great picture this is. A few factors have to come into play to get this picture. First, you must have the right settings to make sure you have a crisp and clear photo. You must also capture it at the right camera settings. Lastly, and most importantly, you have to notice the moment before it happens so you can set up for the photo. Photos like this take some time, practice, and luck to get it all right.
Saturday, August 29, 2009 by kchung
What I Like About It: I really love it when people come up with creative or unique business cards. In a society where we have to vye for each and every second of a person's attention, creativity often wins out over conformity. That is why I love this leaf business card. It has a great design, it sticks out from normal business cards, and it is Earth friendly.
Thursday, June 18, 2009 by kchung
What I Like About It: The contrasts work nicely in this photo. The dark blue sky and silhouetted tree line help to separate the photo into two distinct parts: the woman/grass and the tree line/sky. The woman and the surrounding grass are bright and attention grabbing, and her contemplative look fits the scene perfectly.