ADVICES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE - HOW TO MAKE E-GREETING CARDS.
It is good to acquire digital photography skills, as in this example.
I went to Hub Spoke Cafe on a Sunday morning. The sky was overcast. I saw around 2 butterflies in this small patch of flower plot in Terminal 2, Changi Airport. Singapore is urbanised and seeing a stationary yellow butterfly at eye level with bright 10 am sunlight on it is a rare opportunity. Most yellow butterflies I see in Singapore, seldom stop fluttering. I always carry my camera with me as such occasions happen suddenly.
Seeing one in good health (no tattered wings, colours vibrant, not dirtied by wear and tear) and sipping nectar, at eye level, under bright morning sunlight, is a rare sighting.
The dark clouds parted and the sun rays shone on this bougainvilla flowers, directing me to this beautiful butterfly. I took 3 shots from around 15 feet away. It flew off as I approached it.
Focused on the eye, Handheld.
"P" mode, Image stabilisation, single point focus, autofocus
Canon DSLR EOS 90D, 18-200 mm EFS lens
Save as .PNG file (transparent background).
I use "File" --- "Place Embed" above .PNG file into the 16:9 file. See the file below:
The smartphone is not able to focus on the eyes as compared to the "single point" "high continuous speed" setting of the DSLR camera. Hence, your smartphone is unlikely to get a sharp butterfly photo.
Use Photoshop 2021. "Filter"---"Neural filter". You can get a different image as follows: