We’re still in lockdown here in Wales, so the places I can visit are limited. Luckily enough I live next to the beach at Aberavon in Port Talbot, so it lets me stretch my legs and get some fresh air. Tonight’s little jaunt had me trying out a refined film simulation that I use called MGA Colour Chrome, only I have modified it for Fujifilm X-Trans IV sensors. I also only used the Viltrox 23mm F/1.4 lens for all images.
I was not left disappointed with the sunset, it was truly beautiful, and I managed to take a few photographs. What I present to you hear are the straight from camera jpeg images which I set up in camera before use. I used Photoscape X Pro to simply straighten if needed, and I cropped one of the photos. I also took a few bracketed images, which I will use for HDR images. I will do another post at another time showing my HDR landscape images.
All photographs taken on the Fujifilm X-T3 in aperture priority mode, using the EV dial as needed.
I really like the way the images look straight from camera. they have a little more punch than my X-Trans III sensor recipe.
It was absolutely amazing to be able to get out tonight for an hour, and I bumped into my good friend Thomas while I was there, which just made things all that much better. Hopefully in the coming weeks we can get out of lockdown and get something a little more interesting for you all!
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