Sunbathing Monitor

By AG STAFF 19 June 2017
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Soaking up the sun in Toodyay!

“I’m a 15 year old Landscape and Wildlife Photography Enthusiast from Bunbury, Western Australia. I have been into Photography since I was around 11 years old and only has it been a year since I decided to set goals for myself with Photography as I have a huge passion for it. I’m inspired daily to keep doing what I’m doing and I would love to satisfy individuals to rejoice the scenery this globe we live on has to offer globally with my Photographs,” says Jake.

“I was wandering around my Grandparents property located in the outskirts of Toodyay, a small regional Western Australian town in the Wheatbelt. I came across a monitor lizard relaxing on a rock out in the sun. It did not seem intimidated by me as I walked closer and closer to it. I zoomed in on it at a 250mm Focal Length on my Crop sensor DSLR. The large aperture gave a perfect composition of the rock and background matching perfectly with the lizards skin colour.”

Camera: Canon 600D + EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II

Photograph Settings: f/5.6 1/125 sec. ISO-100 250mm Focal Length


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