19 Mar More Forgotten Images

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One of the great things about having a large back catalogue of images is that you can always find something new. This week I spent some time looking back at some images I shot in Cornwall 2015. Previously I’ve only processed a couple of these, but now that I’m looking at them, I can see quite a few that I like including this one.

Godrevy, Cornwall. Olympus EM5 with Olympus 12-40 lens.

The location is Godrevy in Cornwall, June 2015. I was using the Olympus EM5 at the time and I’m quite surprised at how good the image quality is. The lens is the Olympus 12-40 Pro lens at 12mm. Again, I’m surprised at how close I could get to the Sea Pinks in the foreground and still hold the detail in the more distant cliffs.

In terms of settings, the camera was mounted on a tripod which I had as low to the ground as I could manage. The exposure is 1/50” at ISO200 with an aperture of f/7.1. I should probably have used f/8.0 looking at it now. The flowers nearest to the camera aren’t quite as sharp as I would have liked. I also used a 2 stop ND Grad filter on the sky.

You can see two other shots from the same evening on my Instagram account.

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