Hi. I use Slow Shutter app. It was recommended in a webinar by Adrian McGarry as he uses it all the time. There’s also some good tutorials on YouTube to show how to use it for ICM and Multiple Exposure.
20th November - Spindleberry Tree in Autumn We have decided to go away in the motorhome, probably for the last time this year for a few days. Visiting an area not far from home south of Stamford in Lincolnshire but with lots of woodland nature reserves, so hoping for some fungi shots. Sadly not today. We visited a nature reserve called hills and holts which was on the site of a medieval quarry. Very strange site with lots of hills dotted over the land — great fun for the dogs! But took this image of a young Spindleberry tree. The colours looked great against the blue sky.
24th November - ICM & MultipleExposure Been reading in a magazine article how to do this on iPhone using Slow Shutter App so thought I'd try it then converted into sepia tones for effect. Can be difficult on the eyes at first!
25th November - Twyford Woods last day before going home. Visited this small woodland near Stamford in Lincolnshire. Called Twyford, but was originally known as the site for a WW2 US and RAF air base. The paths around the site are the original runways with remnants of some of the buildings left being taken own by nature. Took this image, because of the beautiful autumn colours.