Yesterday I went to a group photo walk with the Cambridge Camera Club, which I joined over the summer, around the Botanic Gardens. I sent a little time being taught focus stacking by one of the other members (thanks Giles!), in which I learned a lot, but the shots weren’t that great due to the changing light conditions, so the final shot looked like a bad HDR shot from the 00s when people didn’t really know what to do with it. Still, I have a new technique, so that’s a win.
After we all met for tea/coffee the sun came out, so switched over to my 35mm I headed out and did my usual more detail focussed thing. Not much was flowering in the gardens, but there were quite a few plants where the sun interacted nicely with them, such as this pampas grass.