In and around the unspoilt market town of Bradford-on-Avon which is one of the last outpost of the Cotswolds in the western corner of Wiltshire close to the borders of Somerset and only 8 miles from Bath.
Bradford-on-Avon is one of the many truly beautiful town that I was luck enough to visit on my last trip to England.
I’m still trying out the “sepia” effect & came across this lovely old shack and surrounding area, seemed a perfect opportunity.
Taking black & white photos is my great love, but I also like Sepia.
I am using a Nikon P900 camera (& I love it) but using the nostalgic sepia setting, I find the my photos are never in focus. 2 of these photos have been taken with this setting and the other 2 have been altered to sepia using a photo altering programme. As you can see the altered photos are a lot clearer & more in focus.
So, I would love some constructive input as to what I’m doing wrong, please. As I would love to be able to use this sepia setting more.
Thanks in advance.