With a Daily Prompt theme of Crescendo, I thought it might be interesting to share something that is a bit of an experiment.
Quite often, I will experiment with something that goes against the accepted practices of photography; we have heard a number of them about composition, light, rule of thirds, etc. The standard approach of keeping the Sun behind you, when shooting, is eschewed by me, as there are so many interesting things to discover by varying one’s technique a bit.
In this particular moment, I noticed that the Sun was playing rather nicely through the trees, creating some rather interesting patterns on the green. A bit of lens flare was the risk, as you can see, but it made for a bit of an unusual view.
I captured this near a village green in Portree on Skye, which location is called ‘The Lump’. I captured this as an HDR sequence using my Canon EOS 5D Mk III camera with an EF 17-40mm f/4L lens.
Curious to hear what you think about this little folly!