Light of the Wood

Samsung Digital Imaging has provided the author of this review with the mentioned digital imaging device.
By a need of pure air, I went out with my new camera to crush the soil and take shots of the light. It’s the first time I use a reflex camera and I’m too excited to see what I could do with. Wow. I’m very friendly with this wood but now, everything seems to have other importance than usual. Through the lens, my eyes become much more sensitive to the details of the nature.
I’ve freshly obtained my master degree in tropic agronomic engineering, which means that I learnt the methods and techniques for maintaining the health and the productivity of plants. That’s probably why, I have always been feeling bad when I saw inefficient circumstances to their development, such as, for example, an over population of bugs that love to eat juicy leaves, a seedling that begins its life in a tamped-space to welcome roots until the moment of maturity, or a big and robust trunk that have been cut, that certainly will be burned.

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Samsung NX10
│ 1/1000s │ F2.5 │ ISO 100 │ 30mm
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Samsung NX10
│ 1/45s │ F4.3 │ ISO 100 │ 30mm
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Samsung NX10
│ 1/500s │ F2.0 │ ISO 100 │ 30mm
Since the time I had this new camera, I stop my step for a moment to feel the sadness, to be concentrated on the beauty of those dramatic scenes.
Shooting makes me become more and more close to the objects. I’m totally absorbed by the light that falling here and there. I’m going from a spot to the another, discovering new area that I have never dared to explore before. I forget the paths, to finally reach areas that hidden rare mysteries, somehow attractive for one who likes to capture the nature by images.
Without caring about the ants that beat me, and an old passerby who looks at me suspiciously, I discover or rediscover the beauty of the nature. I thank to the forest to be so beautiful. I’m proud to be here and now to appreciate it, to catch the images making them everlasting and sharable on the Samsungimaging blog.
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Samsung NX10
│ 1/3200s │ F4.3 │ ISO 800 │ 30mm
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Samsung NX10
│ 1/25s │ F4.0 │ ISO 400 │ 30mm
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Samsung NX10
│ 1/40s │ F6.3 │ ISO 100 │ 30mm
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Samsung NX10
│ 1/45s │ F2.2 │ ISO 240 │ 30mm
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Samsung NX10
│ 1/800s │ F4.3 │ ISO 800 │ 30mm
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Samsung NX10
│ 1/40s │ F3.8 │ ISO 320 │ 30mm
I’ll post again soon to tell more about me and about my passion of photography. Feel free to visite my flickr.
Thanks for reading.
All photos, above, may not otherwise be reproduced, distributed, cropped, re sized, or otherwise altered without the written permission of the contributor. All photos represent the sole opinion of their individual authors and contributors and don’t express the opinion of Samsung Digital Imaging Co., Ltd., Samsungimaging.net or the opinion of any affiliates unless specifically marked as such.
All photos, above, have been shot with the Samsung NX10, which has been provided by Samsung Digital Imaging Co., Ltd.

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