Category Archives: Aperture
I have to say that aperture experiments are addictive, as is focus stacking. Yes, I’ve discovered focus stacking.
Merlin is a friendly whippet.
Bradgate Park: November 2017
We spent a lovely summer’s day at Bradgate Park.
‘Tis the season to be rutting: October 2017
I went out into the field to try to catch some action shots of the Red deer and Fallow deer in Calke park, Derbyshire, as the males begin to demonstrate sexual fitness in autumn, select mates/mate and defend harems.
“So I started editing a bit to give my macro plant images a bit more character and unique quality. I liked the idea of toning everything down into moody blues and greys.”
British Invertebrates: July 2017
“I never liked dahlias when I was studying horticulture at Royal Horticultural Society levels and learning all the plant names. I found them blousy and showy and over-the-top – not subtle in any way, unlike my favoured hardy geraniums.”
Macro – Blues and Purples
Macro photography is utterly addictive to me.
Carcassonne, Sud de France
We took a few days time out to Carcassonne in the south of France.