From The Cutting Room Floor: Pt 1

I haven’t posted on here for quite a while, mostly because of my University workload/general busyness but also because I’ve been sitting on a lot of photos that need editing/sorting through and a roll or two needing to be developed; neither of which I ever seem to get round to.

In the meantime I thought I’d post a little selection of older shots from the cutting room floor, that haven’t seemed to fit into other posts and have been gathering dust on my hard drive.

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The calm before the storm, whilst fishing on the lake.
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Fletcher in the depths of the forest, before bounding off.
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The last rays of sunlight on a summer evening in the forest.
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A pocket of sunlight bleeding through the trees.
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A quiet moment, overlooking the Welsh countryside.
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A ray of sunlight dappling through the boughs of a fallen tree.

Taken on Canon AE-1 Programme using Kodak Ektar 100 Film.

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  1. Love those new shots!!! 😀

  2. Love these photos! I am not a photographer but my husband is so I enjoy looking at all kinds of photography!!! Beautiful work!!

  3. Such beautiful captures!! And the captions are icing to the cake !
    Have a good day!
    Cheers!
    (Here from the community pool)

  4. How do you know when to click?
    I’ve taken photos, but never established a shot if you know what I mean, I generally just go “Oh that’s cute” and click so I have no idea how photographers actually line up for a nice shot haha

    • I’m not really sure to be honest, I think I just sort of feel it without really thinking. Or sometimes I take my time to see how best to capture a moment, if you move around a bit you can change the light and angle etc. I think the best way is just to feel it out and keep practising, confidence with lining up a shot definitely comes with time. Thanks for your comments too.

  5. Wow! Absolutely stunning shots. Love them 🙂

  6. Woah, these are beautiful.

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