Having grown up around SLR cameras, I have always had an appreciation for the superior image quality that a “proper” camera is capable of. I have owned severalof them, and I am quite familiar with the technical aspects of exposure and depth of field. A tipping point occured, however, when I got my hands on a Sony alpha A7 this year. I went on to read The Landscape Workshop by Ross Hoddinott and Mark Bauer, and dove into capturing the rural landscape around my home in the North East of England. Here is one of my “keepers”:

Rusty, Windswept Puddle

Here is another one:

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