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Summer photowalk in Hagsätra, 2020
My girlfriend Gunilla found the Fotoklubb Hagsätra on a Facebook group.
Now in June they have a photowalk and we participated. It's Andy Foster who is founder of the group.
It was just a 5 minute walk from where we live to where we start this photowalk. Here we have just arrived and joined the group. Andy is the man in the red shirt. I asked the other people if it was ok to have them on my homepage, it's more interesting to see the photos when we practices then.
It's up to us what to take photos of, I start with a close up of a big green leaf. Today I use my latest zoom lens, a Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8. This photo is underexposed 1/3 step.
We walked deeper into the forest. This forest and walking path is a protected area.
An old tree caught my interest, the rough structure on the surface give us a clue about its age.
A broken twig.
Gunilla taking a close up of a pine cone.
My version of the pine cone.
A pile of wood.
Andy give us instructions how to control the background light.
The branches of the tree give an exiting view.
An alien thing in the nature.
A fallen dead tree.
A close up of the blue flower. I can't do real macro photographing with the lens I brought today.
More exiting objects to photograph.
Leaf of a fern, even this one is underexposed by 1/3 step.
When I took this photo I had problem with the light and contrast. I should have brought the reflex screen. With that I can have better control of the light.
Deep green oak leaf.
The girls have found something interesting on the ground. Let us know what it is !
Gunilla tells us:
A tree against the blue sky background.
We climb up to the summit and get this panorama view over the village Örby. Andy show us techniques how to take panoramas with smartphones.
In the background we see a new building.
Panorama photos is always fun to take. To get this panonrama I took plenty of photos to have a really wide image.
Andy discuss with us how to use these exiting object and how to handle the contrast.
One more exiting tree.
Practicing on photographing flowers.
Gunilla found a yellow flower.
They found something in the tree.
On this sunlit street we practice to take portrait photos. Andy show us how to use with or without flash.
Close up of another flower.
Oh, a rabbit. Please Mr rabbit, get out to the sunlit place and come closer.
Hey, why are you running away from me ?
Gunilla and I thanks Andy a lot for the great day !