Out for a wander into the edges of the Galloway Forest which is a mile and a bit from where I live. As per norm at the moment it's the Nikon Z6ii and Sirui 50mm T2.9 weightily attached to it. manual mode still, shutter at 1/80th, ISO on auto and a very short twiddle of the T ring.... oh and focus peaking switched on to give these bleary old eyes some assistance. I seem to be in the groove now and have found all manner of weird barreling that can be induced from how the camera is angled against planes and verticals.
The light was a movable feast, mainly overcast with brief interludes of sun. The leaves on the trees from flame red to deep green.
Processing follows what is becoming a well trodden route, into Lightroom, de-squeezed in Photoshop and back for a whack with the Lightroom bat to round things off. Now there already is a full colour gallery under The Letterbox above, but I've taken it a bit further. The processing is using the Lightroom B+W Infra-Red preset and nipping off to adjust the exposure/contrast/highlight balance...and this is what it looks like. Off to The Highlands so lets see what damage can be done up there.
What's all this then????
An unyeilding torrent of Photo babbel full of unconfirmed facts and manufactured photo drivel.. take from it what you like, it won't change the world but may leave you feeling nauseous...