When you are a photographer, you need to make a choice how you are going to take photographs. As part of the one camera one lens ethos, tonight’s location shoot took place with a 27mm F/2.8 pancake lens in the centre of Port Talbot. There was a small food fayre there, and it was great to get out and capture people and places. It wasn’t the biggest event in the World, but the people were friendly and the food was good!
You have to be an experienced photographer, with a lot of belief in yourself to pull off shooting with only one focal length. Luckily in places such as this, its a good training ground for you to train and focus on what you need. There are so many photographers who would be zooming in and out of scenes to get the photo, but so much is missed, and when you get longer, you are out of the situation.
Here are a selection of the photographs taken tonight. All EXIF data is in the photo and they can be viewed full screen. The were edited in Photoscape X Pro, where a little tweaking was done to get the desired look I was after. Shot in camera with the Classic Chrome film similation.
All the above photographs are shown in chronological order, so that you get a feel of the journey we took. Ending in the Brian’s Fish Bar where we has a bag of chips!
Thank you to everyone who allowed us to photograph them! The food market is held the last Thursday of every month as the Transport Hub in Port Talbot, Wales, next to the train station.
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