The May Photography Club saw one of the nicest evenings we have had in a long time! It was great to simply be outdoors with no other purpose apart from photographing!

The sun was shining, we got a brilliant sunset and golden hour. The birds were chirping in the distance as we photographed the many, many signs of spring.

The key topic for this evening was to photograph the lights and create star bursts by using long exposures to get those sparkly tails; but of course it was too bright to start with that; so we went for a walk and look for any spring friends.

We were met with so many bluebells, rhododendrons as far as the eye could see and the beginnings of wisteria; next month will bring that out even more.

When photographing the bluebells, it was important to experiment with composition and angles; encouraging the delegates to get low down to the ground and see what angles they can get.

There are a few images below to show you what I captured on the evening; including the mistakes! See if you can find the bluebell mis-focus!

Look forward to seeing you at a future Photography Club in Berkshire – link here for all future dates – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/824001008197https://www.eventbrite.com/e/824001008197

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