A Lockdown Walk In Pictures

So, we’re still on lockdown here in Wales, and we’re told we can go out for exercise, and we try to do it whenever we can. Usually it’s just myself and the boys, but we managed to get the wife along with us as she was off work for once. We walked around the block, through a local park called Vivian Park, and went through the children’s play area as it was empty and no-one around, where the boys let off some steam and played to their hearts content.

I took my Fujifilm X-T3 with me, and took photos of the boys. Mostly in burst mode to capture the moment I wanted. Burst mode is an ideal trick to capture everything, and one you should be doing with family or when taking portraits.

All images converted to black and white in Snapseed, with a border added, and then resized in Photoscape X Pro. Please click on them to see them in correct crop and full screen.

For a bit of fun, I also took a couple of double exposures. I know they can be done in software, but the real fun is doing it in camera and just experimenting. Here is Sam, taking a photo of the local cenotaph. I hope you like it. It’s one generation, capturing am almost forgotten generation.

Captured in camera, and contrast adjusted in Snapseed.

Hopefully, this was a bit different. And if there’s one this I learned from the day, it’s don’t forget your spare battery when you haven’t used your camera in a while and its freezing outside!

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Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm And Olympus Documentary Photographer, YouTuber & Blogger.

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