For once I don’t have too much to say.
I’ve spent the week sheltering from the terrible weather; it’s rained here every day and in the brief gaps between the rain it’s been grey and gloomy.
I thought the poor weather would be a great opportunity to work on finishing my new book but even that hasn’t gone to plan. After doing a software update to Capture One everything I touch now seems to be breaking. I’m now in a position where I can’t edit my images (I’m having to use ones I’ve previously processed) and unrelated reasons (I think) I can’t publish to my Lenscraft website.
With all these problems I’m afraid the best I can do is share a couple of recent images that I process at the start of the week. I shot both on the same morning from The Roaches and they are from the same shoot that I’ve shown a couple of fog shots from already.
I captured this using the Panasonic G9 and Panasonic 45-150 lens at 128mm. Tripod mounted exposure of 1/25” at f/6.3 and ISO200.
I also shot this image with the G9 and 45-150 lens but at 140mm. It uses two exposure shot on a tripod at 1/25” using f/7.1 and ISO200 before stitching in Lightroom.
I converted both images to black and white using Nik Silver Efex Pro.
I hope you like the photos and have a great weekend.