Here are a few of the resulting frames. These are all straight from the camera, with no post processing. And, naturally, no optical filters were used in the making of these photos.
|The Globe pub in Alresford.|
|Harvested fields between Bighton and Medstead|
|More harvested fields from Common Hill, Medstead|
|Woods near Dummer|
|The woods with reduced brightness|
|Ferns in the verge|
|Combine Harvester above Hunton|
Harvesting is well under way on the Hampshire prairies!
More thatched cottages, this time in Hunton village.
The light at Stoke Charity was gorgeous!
|The Dever at Stoke Charity|
Once again, this photo of the river Dever, flowing through Stoke Charity, looks a little over exposed. Here is how it looks with the brightness reduced.
The pond at Stoke Charity. Exposure in the sky has been held particularly well.
Stoke Charity church.
Overall, these are pretty encouraging. Still seems as though it should be feasible just to use my phone for photos on the rides.