Tuesday, October 23, 2012
I shot this on a beautiful crisp morning. Frost had come but the sun came out and before the warmth melted the frost, I was able to get some shots.
I used my 60 mm macro. When going out to shoot frost, that is my lens choice, every time. My ISO was 100 and my shutter speed was 1/800. I chose an aperture of f/2.8, allowing the background, which was not so far off to drop away into blur and movement. The sun and sweet bokeh created this magical swirl and feeling that just cannot be matched on a grey day.