Ogmore Vale Photography Outing

Castles, stepping stones, horses, cottages, churches and farm vehicles at work. Today was a day of wonder, a day that any photographer would relish the thought of. Ogmore Vale is on the outskirts of Bridgend, and hosts all of the things mention above. It’s on the coast, and if the weather had been a bit different, we might have gone to the coast and missed all these slightly inland delights.

Today I captured my surroundings using the Viltrox 23mm F/1.4 and 85mm F/1.8 lenses. All EXIF data can be found by clicking on the images, and they can be viewed, and are best viewed full screen. Just to prove that you don’t need much software to edit, I decided to edit the cameras jpeg files, which were shot in the Classic Chrome film simulation. The couple of black and white images were converted in Snapseed, which I edited these images in today. Snapseed is a free to use program for Android and Apple devices, and is much more powerful than many think!

It’s not often that you come back from a shoot and you are happy with literally every image you have taken, in fact, I didn’t blog last weeks photography excursion because I did not like any of my photos at all! The weather wasn’t perfect today, but when you get results, it doesn’t matter!

Ove the next few days I will be doing different edits of these and other photograph from today using the raw files and different software. As always, these will be on my personal Facebook page, as well as the Instagram page @MyOneLensOneCamera which you can subscribe to and I will always follow back. Also, please leave a comment and don’t forget to Like this post if you enjoyed it!

Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm And Olympus Documentary Photographer, YouTuber & Blogger.

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