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On-camera ﬂash used via multi-segment metering mode can produce a daylight/ﬂash mix, when you set the camera to underexpose slightly for ambient light. Off-camera ﬂash can create harsh shadows when badly used, but by using small guns with a wide-angle diffuser close to a subject you create soft shadows. The small size tubes or heads of a macroﬂash unit do just this but allow a greater versatility with lighting effects when they have switchable lighting ratios – one head brighter than another to create a main light and ﬁll, for example.
Fungi have delicate hues and shiny surfaces and respond best to natural light. A low-angle viewpoint with a wide-angle lens emphasises shape, and if you pick a still day you can set up on a tripod and use comparatively long exposures of up to a second or more. The diversity of colour, shape, form and function means that the plant world and a digital camera are perfect partners, and enable you to challenge your photographic skills. What other subject could you test your landscape skills, portrait ability and ingenuity as macro-photographer and creator of moody art shots?
To see more of Simon’s work, keep an eye out for four books of his landscape photography, published this month and yet more books on the North West of England and aerial photography of the Lake District and Wales due out next year. com In the ﬁeld, Simon uses Fuji FinePix S2 Pro and Nikon D70 DSLRs. He uses a couple of Nikon SB-800 Speedlights with various Stofen diffusers, plus an array of UV and polarizing ﬁlters. He uses a Manfrotto monopod, and a FlashTrax with 30GB hard drive to store images.