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For my first attempt at 4K photography I wanted to the test and see how accurately it could capture movement. I decided to experiment by dropping a sugar cube into a cup of coffee, and the outcome is brilliant! The splashes look like they’re leaping from the mug and I feel that the image has a striking visual depth with its composition. 

Fable and Folk
Photographer / Blogger

Award-winning author of Fable and Folk, Annie Spratt started blogging four years ago with a special passion for everything outdoors. Using inspiration from her beautiful home in the New Forest, Annie captures all-things nature. She also has a keen passion for travel and festivals. Family life often features in her stunning outdoors shots, showcasing her excellent skills and knowledge of the Lumix LX100.
Annie has built up an impressive portfolio of photography locations since 2011, most recently live-blogging for Comic Relief in Africa working alongside Davina McCall and Jonathan Ross. Her blog has also won multiple awards, picking up 9 awards since 2012 in the MAD Blog Awards and the Brilliance in Blogging Awards.
For Annie, blogging has been a real journey. Her blog describes her encounters with some amazing and inspiring people whilst falling in love with photography along the way. Annie hopes her journey will continue as we join her on her travels.

Laurence Norah

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