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.

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