People At Sunset

This week I take a different look at the local beach, by highlighting the people at the beach during sunset. A collection of images in the final thirty minutes of the sun going down.

All images were captured with the Fujifilm X-T3 and the XC50-230mm lens. All EXIF data is in the images. All images straight from camera using MGA Colour Chrome+.

Hopefully something a little different from the beach!

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Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm And Olympus Documentary Photographer, YouTuber & Blogger.

4 thoughts on “People At Sunset

  1. This is where the WYSIWYG viewfinder of the mirrorless camera really beats out the (D)SLR. I use to shoot shots like this on slide film and there was no fixing it in post. Not having a display to confirm that you got the right exposure, the only way to assure success was to bracket the exposures around a good estimate for underexposure. It took many frames to get those few great shots. Today with my Fujis, I have great confidence that I’ll get the best exposure most every time.

    These are very nice.

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    1. Thank you very nice, yes, a live viewfinder makes things so much better for getting things right. It’s one of the best aids we now have as photographers!


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