Day 124 – Spring Flowers and Back Button Focus

The above video really helps make back button focusing make sense … I switched to this a little while a go, and I am beginning to enjoy using it … if you have an DSLR, it may be worth making the switch – and it does enable you to be more creative with your camera.

When I first started photography I wanted someone to tell me the ISO, the shutter speed, the aperture so I could capture that perfect picture, with the right depth of field and movement … it does not work like that … our camera’s are all different, our lens are different, are available light is different, are angle of view is different and we all have different ideas of what we would like to capture … but what have learnt is that the more pictures you take, the more times you look at the settings, the more often you review your images and your histogram during the shoot, the more you learn and then you begin to think I need to do x, change y and reposition z to get the achievable image and the small details – the clutter, the background and the dust matter too!

Todays photos are just a random selection of woodland close up and spring flowers … captured to celebrate the 1st May bank holiday.

Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens over water
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens over water
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens - I loved the shape
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens – I loved the shape
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens
Spring Woodland Shoots with 100mm macro lens
Spring Woodland Shoots with 100mm macro lens
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens
Spring Woodland Flowers with 100mm macro lens
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