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Porlock Weir

FC220, 4.73mm, 1/240s, f/2.2, ISO 100

At the end of October, on another photo shoot for Funding Circle, we were down in Somerset and after wrapping up our morning shoot, Radek and I headed back to Minehead for some lunch and a quick stop in Porlock before the long drive back to London. The weather was disappointingly flat but the scenery was still beautiful and amongst a bunch of photographs I got on the ground, I managed a few interesting drone photographs as well.

The stony beaches actually worked nicely with the gloomier weather, though I'd like to go back one day in better conditions. The raw files from the Mavic Pro have really been impressing me with how workable they are. More than most raw files, they start super flat, giving plenty of space to process and pull back to the view you had on the day (or any other interpretation for that matter).

Check out the small gallery below.


A beautiful coastal village in Somerset, England

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Adam is a Director of User Experience by day and photographer as time allows.

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