Geological spans Eons and Time and is global in scale. It really is important to capture the big picture. In this two examples Greg used the free Hugin software to stitch together several images taken with his Canon 650D, while on a field trip in the High Atlas of Morocco. The upper image shows and […]
Lizards provide a great opportunity for some slightly exotic photography. Find a comfortable seat, a macro-enabled telephoto lens (e.g. 55-250 + extension tube), and sit and wait in front of a sun-drenched wall! You will see plenty of common wall lizards, that are very photogenic. The green lizards are a bit more skittish. The one […]
Cara is doing a lot of macro photography on the insects and plants in and around the house. We are only using kit lenses with our Canon cameras, but we have enhanced the macro function using extension tubes. The tubes we are using are by Viltrox. They are very affordable and seem to be very […]
We have 20 acres of land surrounding our converted Farmhouse. The 10 acre field by the river is loaned to our neighbour’s for grazing. His Limousin Catlle do look lovely, but they are pretty scary when they start chasing you. Ask Cara! As a consequence, all photos of Limousin cattle are taken from the other […]
One of Cara’s favourite subjects is water droplets. She is often out with her camera, just after she has walked the dogs, catching interesting perspectives using the water droplets as lenses. These images were all taken with kit lenses, using Viltrox extension tubes to enhance the macro effect.
We like to attract birds to the garden with our bird feeding stations. What we hadn’t anticipated was that the bird-feeding station would become a feeding station for the Sparrowhawk! These are few quick shots taken from the bedroom window of the Sparrowhawk eyeing up the sparrows in the bush below the tit box. he […]