Long Exposure of the Lake

In the early evening after a Behind the Scenes photoshoot I decided to try a long exposure of the Lake at Lakewood as the clouds were looking dramatic.

Using the Olympus OMD EM5 and 9-18mm Lens with a Hitech 10 Stop Po filter attached, I managed a 20 second exposure and to give it a more dramatic feel I converted the image to Black and White resulting in the below scene.

Image available for Purchase on www.sussexscenes.co.uk

Deer in Knole Park

Knole Park has 1000 acres of Parkland, with Deer roaming all over and makes for plenty of photo opportunities.

Using the 5D with a 70-200 F2.8 lens, and Olympus OMD with a 45-200mm lens (and Tesco Value Carrots) gave me the range to easily capture images of the Deer.

Last time I was at the Park was last October at Sunrise, I plan to return here again soon at Sunrise as the light is incredible, espcially if its a slightly crisp morning with mist lingering around.

Knole Park Deer

Behind the scenes of the movie Dark Roar

I was on set of the movie Dark Roar taking behind the scenes photographs at a private woods in Isfield Uckfield.

More details about the movie here… www.blackrockfilms.co.uk