Yesterday I went for a walk in the woods near my home, it was mostly to stretch my legs since my hubby worked me a little too hard in the gym this week! But of course I took my camera along for some company.
It had just finished raining, and the sun had come out, so I knew it would be a good time to take photographs, it also meant I needed to wear my wellies! The light filtering through the trees was perfect and I got some really nice shots. Here’s one for you to enjoy.
The lens I used is an old film lens (thank you Nikon!), so there’s no EXIF data recorded from it. The lens is a 50mm 1:1.8 with the aperture set at F2. It’s a really nice little lens so it’s great that I can still use it with my Digital camera. With the crop factor on the D200 this lens becomes 75mm. You can find out more about Crop factor here if you’re interested: http://www.digital-photography-school.com/crop-factor-explained
- Nikon Small World 2010 competition: photographs through the microscope (telegraph.co.uk)