Or at least on a frosty morning. Here's a small selection of images shot this morning after our coldest night since the 2018 'Beast From the East' This was probably -4C or so, very modest by World standards, but we rarely get frost in this corner of SW England. For this collection, I used my XT-2 with 16-55mm lens handheld at 55mm and the ISO set to at least 400.
I hope you like the alliteration on the title above, but even if you didn't, I am sure you will enjoy the images below which are a continuation of the one in my recent News! section. If you read my Bio, you will know that I am Cornwall based, specifically in the St. Austell Area. Local attractions include the world-famous Eden Project which for me is within walking distance./ Then there is Tregrehan Garden, literally just over the road and the often-filmed port of Charlestow
Mrs Lynda Robertson is the lucky recipient of this new commission which consists of a pair of mirror image flower pictures on 24 by 12inch canvas frames. The original image is actually 12 macro images of a Gerbera flower stacked together to look like one. This gives the petals definition even when side on, something that would be impossible without my Zeiss lens and Helicon Focus Software. They are shortly to be available singly at an affordable price via this website, and ar
I was watching another landscaper's post on YouTube about making the most of the conditions as they occur and not over-planning a shoot. This I fully concur with as in my part of the World conditions, particularly tide and weather vary with extreme rapidity. In a way, that is the excitement, the challenge if you will of making good images when circumstances are not ideal. That is what I found on yesterday's trip to the small coastal town of St. Agnes in North Cornwall. It's c