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Hi and welcome back, hopefully on this occasion you can finally see pretty face. We bought a new camera I got it sorted out finally and hoping the content will be a lot bit clearer especially the location video. I should say and today I’m in a field this has been my spend life in the fields these days. And I’m really starting photographing this tree at the background.
I’ve been ask to by one of my stock libraries to do a series of pictures over the next 12 months of a set of trees in different stages. In the different seasons so I found this location and we’ve got waiting for the weather to break. And it’s been quite rainy here and we’ve got a little bit brighter conditions in the last couple of days. And but this afternoon in the back of our own we got a quite a storm forecast. And I’m a bit, of concern we’re going to loose what these leaves got left on the trees. So I’m in a bit in rush out today and try to get some shots just to back. In which case we do lose all of the leaves and I can tell if we do the shots.
So we find us a location we’re going to using a 70-200mil lens on this shot. Basically, the reason for that is I want o compress the foreground field here and the tree. In which is the background and by using a longer lens we can do that with compress the plains there, so that will help us a nicely gives us a nice strong composition,
We give that a go and I’ll give a little bit punch and then show you some of the setting son the camera.