After Brendan

Crofton Woods, England

Watching the heavy rain and strong winds as Storm Brendan raged outside, I knew that there would be some good photos to be had after it had all died down. I got to Crofton Woods maybe slightly later than I had hoped and it was already pretty dark, but I had brought my headtorch with me so it was the perfect time to try out a bit of light painting. This branch is lying in what is usually a path, only it was flooded as far as I could see (at least by the light of my headtorch) and deeper than Kyd Brook is most of the time. I spent quite a while improving the technique of illuminating all of the different bits of it evenly without illuminating any of the water, and by the time I had finished it was almost pitch black.

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  • Crofton Woods, England
  • 15th January, 2020
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  • 35mm at 35.0mm
  • 30s at f/7.1, ISO 1600