are photography tour field notes?
a nutshell they're a detailed record of your photography tour with us. By
detailed we mean stop by stop!
notes contain the following information . . .
We suggest that our clients set their camera clock to the local time so that
the timestamp on your images matches the field note times.
We include the names of places at all of our photography stops.
We also include the subject matter such as "Landscapes looking west with
stone wall foregrounds", and "Macro shots of water droplets on maple leaves" . . . etcetera
Also included are
the names of flowers, birds, mammals, mountain peaks and so on.
locations will have Wikipedia links for additional information about the subject
matter, be it a castle, village or bridge etcetera.
If relevant, we
also include the photography techniques used, i.e. "Tripods used for long
exposures for 'soft water' effects", "Deliberate blur", "Wide apertures used to
attain a 'selective focus' look" and so on.
Crikey!, where do we start! You know how it goes, after weeks, months or years you
forget the name of the bird, mammal, flower and where you took the shot etcetera. With our field notes
you'll always have a useful reference on hand.
Perhaps you have accidently deleted the copy we emailed you at the end of your
trip? That's not a problem even if it was two decades ago. Just send an
and stating the year and tour location, and we'll email you another copy as
a PDF file.