Every so often my photography goes off at a tangent, or to put it another way, I have a go at something I had at no time, ever in my life, planned to do.
This might be because I have spotted an unplanned event or because I just want to see what else I and my box of tricks can pull off.
If it works I might share it. If it is an epic fail I might not. BUT, the point is, I had a go and if I pull it off, to an acceptable degree, then I will diary it and have another go until I think it has really worked.
This is very much ‘work in progress’ – an ash leave or several in a local wood in Spring, well and truly backlit. I like it but I need to tighten up my technique – e.g depth of field should hold the whole thing in sharp. Unfortunately the end leaf is losing it.
I will go back when the conditions are right and I WILL have another go at this, varying the aperture.
After reading this blog, hopefully you will too.