This four picture set of autumn landscapes were taken at Matley Wood in the New Forest at the beginning of October with my Zuiko Olympus OM 35-80mm F2.8 zoom lens on Fuji Sensia 100 RA-669 slide film, all at F16.
I only recently started to use Sensia and found that it provides a warm feel to landscape, so it is disappointing that this great slide film is to be discontinued at the end of this year.
First up fern with a back drop of 3 trees.
(Clicking on any shot will allow you to scroll through the set)
I then walked a bit further on, and at the next location had to wait some time for the sun to reappear behind some clouds. Which was a good thing as it gave me time to add a 1 stop ND graduated filter to cope with the sun on the foreground and the next set of dark clouds overhead. A -2/3 exposure compensation gave me the best result.
This next one was taken after the bank of clouds had moved passed, and here I also used a warm up filter.
and finally a different composition taken very close to the ground, with 2/3 sky, to give a much more expansive feel.
Hope you like them.