Spring Garden Photography

I’m a little shocked to realise that I haven’t blogged for over three weeks!

In my defence it’s been a very busy month, alongside writing websites for clients I finally managed to launch my online photography club, Afternoon Light. It’s been a dream of mine for a very long time now but it’s taken me such a long time to get beyond the dithering and procrastinating stages that seem to accompany anything new and just get on with it. Last Monday it went live and I’ve been so pleased with the response to it! There’s a special 10% launch discount running until midnight on the 27th, click here to find out more.

Once everything was live and the first few members had joined I breathed a massive sigh of relief and decided that me and my camera were going to continue my Year With Unconventional Lenses with a day of garden photography instead of sitting in front of a computer screen.

Of course there’s not a lot in flower at the moment but there’s still plenty to photography with new leaves growing, ferns unfurling and some beautiful colours and light. And of course there are tulips!

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Mostly taken using the Edge 50 and Twist 60 optics, it was the first outing of the Twist 60 and I was very impressed, even though I managed to get a macro converter stuck on it! Which of course wouldn’t shift no matter how much I tried while I was out but came off instantly once I got home!!

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