How It's Done - Being There, Part 4: Kingsbury Frost by David Noton

Chasing the Light Online Photography Magazine, Issue 59 Misty, frosty morning on the banks of the Gascoigne, Kingsbury, Milborne Port, Somerset, England. Canon 5D Mk IV, 16-35mm f2.8 L III lens at 24mm, 1/25 sec at f8, polarising and 0.3 ND grad filters. Before Why is it that I always seem to be driving somewhere when the conditions are perfect? A Canon event on the Jurassic Coast the previous day had seen me driving across Dorset as the crisp, early morning sunlight glistened off the frosty landscape. The temptation to stop was strong,...

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