Evening Shoot At The Quays (Baglan)

In a very rare evening shoot (generally just due to the situation of the World lately, and of course time!), we went for a sunset and some long exposures. We didn’t have a sunset, but we did enjoy ourselves and get time to hang around with people we know and take some photographs!

Using the Fujifilm X-T3 and TTArtisan 7.5mm F/2 for the majority of the meet, and the Viltrox 23mm F/1.4 at the end for the last few images, I was more than happy with the images I got using these combinations. All images were resized and edited in Photoscape X Pro.

Long exposures are so simple with the Fujifilm X cameras, no need for fussing and farting, just switch your ISO to base of ISO160 and then adjust your aperture ring to quickly choose your shutter speed. No need to leave aperture priority mode, and the results are quick and fantastic!

A fun evening was had by all, a dozen of us of all abilities, just helping each other and doing what we love most. The most fun and best way to learn any craft.

Published by mgadams1970

Fujifilm Documentary Photographer & Blogger.

4 thoughts on “Evening Shoot At The Quays (Baglan)

  1. Good morning Mark, great photos, I particularly love the night shots, really great ! It’s about time I got my own 7.5mm lens out of the mothballs 🙂 I hope its as good as yours.

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    1. Thanks Marc. Theres another reason I use 7.5mm as well as the fantastic looks it gives… When I’m out with a few people, they’ll all be usually using telephoto lenses, so it’s nice to produce very different images to a standard focal length image.

      I’m sure your 7.5mm is amazing! That could be a future photo shoot for you!

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