Here are a few stills from Autumn so far – not that many but there you go.
Though it looks pleasant this was taken last Saturday before the storm which swept in on Sunday/Monday morning and it was pretty windy. The cliffs are Ballard Down and Old Harry Rocks. Canon 60D, 70-300mm, processed from RAW in DXO Optics 9 (which is superb by the way!).
Here’s the RNLI Lifeboat making headway against some heavy seas – a small enlargement from the centre of the frame, taken from the cliffs at Durleston.
Next a quieter day – but some nice colours through a Zuiko 50mm f1.4 on the 60D. I say the 60D, but there are now two in the camera bag. As the 70D has come out the 60D is really cheap – at least by comparison to it’s price three years ago. I really like this camera’s balance and features, so rather than upgrade, I just got another one. With results this good it seemed like a good idea.
Finally a bit of an odd one and I’m not sure if I really like it or not – a Dorset cottage path with some fallen apples. Zuiko 50mm f1.4 again – this is rather an addictive lens…
So, a vague Autumn theme. The next post should have something a bit more coherent!
In the meanwhile thanks for looking, hope you like them.
Crisply clean and saturated with color!
Love the post box and apples, that Zuiko lens is awesome!
Hello Lesley – Thanks for the comment. How’s Arcangel working out?
Hi, no sales so far I’m afraid! How about you this year?
Not bad – less than last year but still good. It’s all down to numbers – keep submitting and uploading!
Thanks I have been away at lot this summer and have not put much up, will buck up!