Taking photos for ID purposes

During the survey at Sullivan Swamp, I took this photograph of a grasshopper. It's a decent photo, showing the colors nicely, but it's virtually useless for ID purposes. I'm telling this on myself because I prefer to critique my own goofs instead of using someone else's.

"What's missing?" you ask. The side view that you see is okay for a first photo. The second required photo should show the underside of the head and thorax to determine whether or not there is a spur between the front legs. The third required photo should show the hind legs in their entirety to show tibia and tarsi. With the photos I've described, we can place the hopper in its correct group and, hopefully, identify it to the level of genus if not species.