Sunday, 26 July 2020

Plumpton Tree early morning

Here's another one from my early morning stroll around Plumpton lanes.
I've taken this tree many times but usually have it framing Hoad monument in the distance. Again I like the way the early morning light was illuminating the tree and tried a different composition without Hoad in the background so making the tree and light the main subject. I used my Panasonic 100-400mm lens at 150mm for this shot, handheld with the help of the legendary Olympus IBIS.

Plumpton tree
Olympus EM1 MKII with Panasonic 100-400mm, ISO 250, F4.2, 1/320th sec, 150mm, handheld.

2 comments:

  1. Nice Shot! It takes many attempts to get the perfect shot because taking a quality picture is never as easy as it looks. I have been learning photography for the past few months, but these hectic assignments have created a lot of trouble for me. But my friend suggested to me that if I buy assignment service UK formatted then, there is a possibility that I can get some free time to learn photography.

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  2. That is such a beautiful tree. I’ll be honest I have only seen such trees in games. However, I have some news for you this time. My parent has decided to go to Kenya in the coming week for vacation. I just need to get done with my chores from school. I will get done with them soon because I have hired a writer who provides assignment help near me at cheap rates. I will definitely take and share a picture of this tree if I see it.

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