Thursday, October 1, 2020

Wandlebury Trees and Leaves at F1.8

Yesterday was Cambridge Camera Club 'outing' to local beech and mixed woodland in search of fungi and autumn colours. Well with the new Covid regulation, it couldn't be an outing in CCC tradition of being able to explore in a group sharing our screens and  subjects. However, it was good to get out and see people at a social distance. The fungi were very sparse (blog to follow) so I spent much of the time using a legacy Olympus lens at F1.8 playing with composition, depth of field and focus point. Even did a bit of ICM exploring direction of camera movement in relation to result - the start colours will bleed into the finish colours so with these autumn colours different results for 'up' or 'down' respectively. 

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