4 weeks in the van in Scotland with 2 weeks of that spent on the wonderful island of Mull ...
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I'm trying to study the complex subject of light, not just take the easy way out and shoot during the golden moments of sunrise and sunset. Having a Fuji X camera by my side is certainly helping me see and study light more on a daily basis.
Part two of my photography day, this time down at Kinbane Head and Kinbane Castle. A special special place.
From the field Vlog from Ballycastle Beach and Kinbane Head on the North Antrim Coast, Northern Ireland.
A harsh lesson in landscape photography on a shoot by the coast. Still as they say, what doesn't kill you ... makes you want to make Sausage Rolls ....
Sometimes we get too fixed on shooting at sunrise or sunset while refusing to head out with the camera because the weahter doesn't look ideal. Well actually some of your stronger images may actually be just beyond that heavy rain cloud or through those stormy skies. Get out and shoot in bad weahter ....
I had been reading an article from Pete Cairns regarding intentional camera movement earlier that morning and, despite the conditions (i.e. the light) not necessarily being conducive to great photography, I decided to give it a go. Pushing both the ISO (500) and Aperture (f/16) allowed me to get a reasonably slower shutter speed (1/8 second). I was looking for more autumnal colour in the trees, but sadly it had all but gone. This was taken on my Fuji XE2 and 35mm lens a combination that rarely leaves my side. I was reasonably pleased with how it came out.
- Camera - Fuji XE2
- Lens - 35mm f/1.4
- Aperture - f/16
- ISO - 500
- Shutter - 1/8 second