Street photography is something myself and others really want to experiment with a lot more than we do. It’s a fascinating form of photography, capturing everyday people doing everyday things and trying to make it interesting. It’s something I’ve done a few times over the years, but today was exceptional fun as the weather was great, and the company was even better.
For today I went super light. Just myself, the Fujifilm X-T3 and my Viltrox 23mm F/1.4 lens. I only added a square crop frame using Photoscape X Pro to the images, and no colours or exposure were edited.
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Hopefully I’ve captured the heart and soul of Porthcawl, a little seaside town near Bridgend in South Wales. I really enjoyed, and indeed enjoy using a prime lens, especially the 23mm Viltrox. It sets you free, you know what you are working with, and you can get the exact composition you need without worrying about zooming wider or longer, you just use your legs!
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