Every now and then I try something different as a way of extending my photography. I was out on the South Downs earlier this week, looking to see if any birds of prey were about. It was quiet so I ended up walking along a path that runs down part of a local golf course. The sun was fairly low, and there was a faint haze; but a group of golfers on a distant hill gave me what I needed. It made a change not to be chasing birds and worrying about shutter speed. For these I could turn it all down and take my time. I dialled in a little negative exposure compensation to kill the foreground (keep it nice and black) and then just let the light do its thing.
So just a short sequence while one of them played a shot and they set off down the course. It’s visually so simple, but the outlines were strong, and the light I think makes it.
Camera note: all photos taken with the Canon 1DX Mark II and EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens.