One way ticket to a mad man

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One of the joys (?) of photography is that you have to work with the available light.   Yes you can enhance things in post production but without really good light you start to struggle.  Yesterday at Stowe garden was a case in point.  Whilst it was really quite mild the light was mostly as a flat as a pancake and this can be a problem.  (Well sort of because flat light, even dull, is usually the best light to make images of flowers but that is a whole different story.)   Only very occasionally did the light make an appearance between the thick grey clouds which proved a challenge.  I’ll let you decide whether I met that challenge.

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About Guthlac

An artist, historian and middle aged man who'se aim in life is to try and enjoy as much of it as he can
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