THROUGH THE EYES OF A 10-YEAR-OLD
YINGYONG UN-ANONGRAK, PHOTO BY TAWIWAT CHARUWAT
Can you believe that this photo was taken by a 10-year-old? When it comes to a caption, however, Tawiwat Charuwat felt he needed help from his mother to write and tell us something about the photo.
"I asked my son about his inspiration and I am quoting him here, word for word: 'I was practicing under the photographic topic of aperture and speed adjustment. The picture is of a leaf with a Canon EOS, setting the aperture at 2 seconds, while holding the camera high and pointing downward.
"'From this angle, I would get the reflection of the leaf, which would render a different image from one taken at eye level. After clicking, I moved my wrist down and then up immediately. That is how I got this visual effect. It is quite similar to the technique used to take pictures of waterfalls in order to get the brushstroke-like visual effect."'
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