These misty September mornings are a great time to photograph spider’s webs, without having to go any further than your back door. I also decided to try out a new lens for my Fujifilm X system, the 56 f1.2 portrait lens. I reverted to manual focus which was buttery smooth and as you can see the system produced lovely clean files requiring little post production on the computer. These shots were taken at 1/125 second at f5.6 to capture the perfect symmetry of spider’s endeavours. Isn’t the world wonderfully made?
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