I was away in Dorset last week with Charlie Waite on a Light & Land landscape photography workshop. We had a great time despite the fact that it poured with rain almost all the time.
Surprisingly one of the best sessions was out in the rain. Charlie took us to a wood and I was experimenting with multiple exposures. These three examples are unprocessed but give some idea of what we were up to. The photos were taken in heavy rain in a dark wood with full waterproofs, wellies and an umbrella. I think we at least deserved marks for dedication.
Photos are taken on a Canon 6D with 9 averaged exposures in each. I am intrigued by the results and will be encouraged to experiment further. Other photos from the trip will appear here once I have had time to get Lightroom fired up.
Click on each photo to enlarge and view in full screen if possible - you'll get a better feel for the image that way.