Over the last few weeks, I have been really trying to push my photography outside my comfort zone.
I have taken a couple of big landscape shots, a few nature shots and even some architectural shots. Even if the end result isn’t always the greatest, I have really enjoyed trying new things. My mantra is definetly “it may not be my style, but i’ll give it a good go”
The first of my pictures was shot on Painswick peak (Gloucestershire). The landscape was full of autumnal colours and had so much scope, it would of been silly for me not to shoot it.
I always feel with my landscape photography, I do not possess the eye to see what would make the shot that little bit better. I know the more I shoot in theory, the more I should improve.
The next set of pictures are from a very wet and misty walk on Clent Hills, I love the shots I managed to capture there, they are some of my favourite from the last month.
There is such a mood/atmosphere to these photographs. Shooting them before Halloween, I tried to add a sense of story to one, which I hope pays off. Getting drenched was worth the resulting snaps.
“How are we already into November?” I am sure this sentiment is shared universally, it just doesn’t seem that long ago that we were welcoming this year in.
November has always been one of my favourite months.The darker nights, cosy evenings in, frosty mornings. I just love it.
As it has been so wet the last few weeks I haven’t been to any planned firework displays. I had hoped to get some firework pictures which I failed at, I did however shoot some light writing with sparklers.
I have only included one here as the others I shot picked up light from other sources ( mainly a streetlight) and it infringed on the outcome.
My most recent photography location was at Broadway Tower. Along with the other locations in this post it’s a place I had never visited before. It was a absolute gem to shoot.
Since the begining of autumn one of my photography goals has been to try and capture some deer shots, especially as it is rutting season. I may have missed the rut this year but to shoot (photography wise) deer was a delight.
The tower shots I have tried to experiment with composition and even tried attempted a mono shot. They may not be perfect but as with the landscape shots, I should improve with practice. I do appreciate any feedback you may have to improve my technique or tips on how to approach any subject. It is very welcome, I am very eager to learn.