03 Jul Woodland Exploration Workshop

Source: Maclean Photographic


Today I hosted a MacLean Photographic Woodland Exploration workshop here in East Lothian and after a week of torrential rain and howling winds the weather gods decided to smile on me and abate for the day.

This morning was spent up at Innerwick Castle, exploring the woodland around the old ruin.  With bright sunlight filtering through the trees we were able to shoot some of the ferns and fungi that were spotlit by the natural light piercing the canopy of leaves above our heads.


After a spot of lunch we headed out to Tyningham for a walk through the woods and along the shoreline, capturing the flowers and trees in this wonderful natural woodland setting.

If you are interested in joining me on a workshop here in East Lothian you will find details on the MacLean Photographic website HERE.  

Remember if you don’t find a suitable date you can contact me at tours@macleanphotographic.co.uk to see if we can find a more suitable date for your schedule.

All images were taken with a Fujifilm X-T2.  Lenses used were an XF10-24mm f4, XF35mm f1.4, XF50-140mm f2.8, Samyang 8mm f2.8 fisheye and 16mm and 10mm extension tubes to allow closer focusing for macro.












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