And another trip to the arboretum as the bluebell field was up and I wanted to try my macro lens out.
I think I've learnt a lesson though which is to only take one lens each time and that you can't photograph everything. I was swapping lenses way too often. I'd see something for the macro and put that on and then see something that needed a wider shot and put the 18-55 on etc etc.
But having had a good play with lightroom4 I'm now able to make my pictures a bit more punchy which is nice.
kev I hate you you have taken to this so easily and i'm so jealous of how often you get out & are able to compose amazing pictures. I may have to keep my camera kit in my car now I love the bluebell wood pics and the peacock plumes so much so whoops i've just saved them to my pc & used the bluebell wood as my background
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Nice weather at the weekend and I was visiting my brother so I had a go at photographing his dog, Pepper. I only had my 100mm macro on me at the time but they didn't turn out too bad. Bloody hard shooting a moving dog though!! I think the cornering shot is my favourite though.