I thought I'd post a few photos that have come about through/since the photography course I've recently done. I've tended to rely on composition and good weather in the past, but working full time doesn't always allow the luxury of waiting for good weather to photograph the next magazine route. It's nice to know that I've at least tried to do something in manual instead of relying on 'auto' to read the conditions!
I've been living in the Lakes for over a year and a half now, and have spent much of it exploring the Lakes, western Dales, the coast and more, but with so much on the doorstep I still hadn't ventured an awful lot further north despite easy access straight up the railway/M6 to Scotland. It would seem obvious to head straight to the 'proper' mountains, but there are so many wonderful hills much closer to home including the Moffat hills where a friend took me the other week for a little walk up Grey Mare's Tail.
I've also been on a photography course at the Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal recently, so here's the first batch of shots I've posted on here which are taken entirely in manual mode, hooray!
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