Some slope soaring on a perfect summers evening at the cliffs close to the coast path on the Cornish Coast.
These cliffs are almost shear down 629 ft to the sea.
Wind was light and almost southerly which is 90 degrees off the slope, so i moved around to a little headland which faces WSW/SW which was still flyable.
This was filmed with a sony nex 5 on a head mount. I find it really captures the light very well and is quite adept on the slope, when autofocus can be tricky and exposure control is tricky following a moving target. Im using the P mode with -0.3 exposure compenation, and 200 ISO.
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