Did a fun shoot today with Aled and Sian. Sian was very excited to be asked to wear a dress and they were both very grateful to be having to walk a bicycle about half a mile up the road from ARTS House to what I call the Plawhatch Lookout. It was not as hot as recent days either.
This one and the one that follows were shot with a long focal length, 210mm, but made to look as if shot with a much shorter lens. Why? Because shots made with the long lens have much smaller frames. These images were made with around 8 to 10 frames each stitched together to make one very large image. The composite image has the quality of an image made with a far more expensive large format camera. What does this prove? Probably nothing more than I’m sometimes cheap even if not always cheerful.