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I've taken photographs all my life and now it's turned into my passion, obsession and profession.
Landscape and, more recently, creative photography form the largest proportion of my work..
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  • Summer's Display by NoelBennettPhotography

    This is one of those photos where I thought the lens flare added a bit of mood, don't ya think?
    Thanks for the encouraging comments!
    • 20 Jun 2021 4:21PM
  • The Fall by NoelBennettPhotography

    I should have mentioned I stayed around to see both the horse and jockey walked away okay.
    Looks like the horse will need a new shoe . . .
    • 19 May 2021 11:13AM
  • Sunrise Over COVID Domes by NoelBennettPhotography

    Maybe that's why they were unoccupied?
    Or maybe because it was 7am! Ha ha!
    • 16 Apr 2021 12:27PM
  • Wildlife Below Wedgwood Bridge by NoelBennettPhotography

    . . . I knew what potential might be realised, but the final interaction between the birds was as much down luck as it was timing!
    Many thanks for all your comments.
    Noel Smile
    • 10 Mar 2021 10:10PM
  • Leading Lines by NoelBennettPhotography

    Hi flowerpower59!
    Focusing is a vast subject but there is a simple rule I tend to follow, without getting my calculator out!
    Manual, or spot, focus on a point 1/3 from you, into the scene. I selected the little sign on the righthand railings. You tend to get much more in focus beyond the 1/3 point.
    I tend to use an aperture between say f/9 and f/18 smallest when shooting landscapes. Go beyond, up to f/22+ and your image might become soft throughout. A lot depends how close the foreground is.
    I was shooting from 15-20ft away on this occasion, with a longer lens to compress perspective, bringing everything closer together so f/10 was fine.
    If you're not sure try several aperture values and check them out later on a bigger screen.
    I tend to use a tripod to maintain my composition while doing this.

    Hope this helps you.
    If so please nominate me for Constructive Critique via the green button.

    Happy shooting,
    • 19 Nov 2020 10:04AM
  • Castlerigg At Sunset by NoelBennettPhotography

    Just so you know, this image is from a single frame with no 'mucking about'.
    I have constructed composite work in more creative compositions.
    • 15 Nov 2020 7:23PM
  • Robin by Forget-me-nots by NoelBennettPhotography

    Thank you Daisymaye. Your Robins are much bigger, if I remember correctly?
    I just love Canada, with family located from Calgary across to Vancouver and down into Washington - beautiful!
    • 19 Jun 2020 10:17AM
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