Daytime Beach, River And Industrial Walk

I’m not going to lie to you all, it’s been a hard few months not going anywhere and not seeing anyone because of the local lockdowns we’ve been having, and I have just not had the energy to get out and about with the camera as much as I should have. However, today that went out of the window as we walked around Aberavon, Baglan and area, visiting the beach, river and an industrial area including the old BP Baglan Bay site.

I decided to shoot in two film recipes today, the colour ones are my default Classic Chrome with tweaks (Colour Chrome+ tweak) while the second is my Kodak Double-X recipe which can be found at the Fuji section of this website. The colour images we loaded into Photoscape X Pro where I adjusted exposure and added a frame, while the mono photographs were loaded into Snapseed where I done slight exposure tweaks and added the frames. On days like today I tend to underexpose to get the beautiful clouds, which I love as part of the image.

Here are the colour photos. I really like the look of these today. As always, click on an image to see it full screen, and you will also see any EXIF data.

And here are some of the monochrome images for today. I shot in raw and jpeg, so that gives me the option of using some of these as colour photographs should I wish to.

All images were taken using my Fujifilm X-T3 with the 15-45mm Fuji lens. I also took my Fujifilm Instax camera with me today, as I plan to do on all future walks. Here are the results from that camera. I used the comic strip film, which makes a change from the usual plain white borders that I have from these images.

Images Taken With Fujifilm Instax Mini 70

And there we have it, a great if tiring day and a very long walk! If you like what you see, please leave a like, leave a message and subscribe if you haven’t already. Call back soon for more photographs from my adventures!

Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm And Olympus Documentary Photographer, YouTuber & Blogger.

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