Last year I missed all the yellow fields. Shameful. No excuse. So this year my aim is capture as many Dorset images of these amazing natural displays of colour.
Here is another one. By the black barn in a previous post. So not all bad on that trip then!
This is another example of my Dorset landscape photography work using my special, secret, piece of photographic equipment. I really must write about this soon before I forget.
I use this set up to give this highly mobile view point. Any image taken from a different viewpoint stands out. Now I know I have to get over myself and take some Dorset photos at usual angles (unlike the image for tomorrow’s post) but for now I am enjoying myself.
And on a serious note, I have used this set up on commercial architectural photography and construction photography shoots wig great success – don’t forget I am much more than pretty pictures of Dorset.
And being highly mobile I do not lose too much time, meaning it is a cost effective addition to my photographic repertoire, which will be of value to my commercial clients.
So striking imagery it is for me now. And when the weather is good forget editing – I want to capture great Dorset pictures.
Talking of which my Dorset photographer page is going to get a revamp – one of these yellow images is going onto that page, accessible at www.rickmcevoyphotography.co.uk/Dorset-photographer
To replace the one image I don’t like.
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