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Yesterday morning autumn shoot with @nickaseymour. A forest with a carpet of leaves you just want to roll around in. This image is 10 shots focus stacked to get the depth of field. The foreground leaves are on a tree stump and the nearest leaf was only about 20cm from the lens. Tricky one to edit, and I'm sure I smelt smoke coming from inside my computer while Ps was rendering this.
Saturday morning shooting with @nseymourphoto. I've shot a lot of forest scenes in the past 2 years, but nothing likely this. The light must have been on drugs! It's moments like this that motivate, inspire and make those early mornings so worth it. It doesn't happen all the time, but i want to make sure I'm there when it does!
Sunrise at Corfe castle with @nseymourphoto. Not the conditions we were hoping for, but still a beautiful morning and pretty happy with how this turned out. 3 exposures used here, a long exposure for the sky, one for the castle and hills, and another for the sunstar. Have a fantastic weekend everyone!
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Door to the galaxy.
What an incredible weekend of clear skies. 2 nights in a row shooting the milky way. It's summer in the UK, and that means that the milky way is only visible after midnight when twighligt has faded. Then you only have a 3 hour window before twighligt starts for sunrise. Two verrrrry long nights, but totally worth it.
Durdle door, Dorset, England.