Afan Valley Forest Autumn Photography Shoot

Today was a great day. Weather was amazing, location was perfect, and the season give us the best it could. Autumn is wonderful, so today my plan was simple, get some autumnal photographs! I had the idea of editing the raw files, but when I got home and seen the jpegs, I thought that could wait and you could see these images as they were taken!

Those of you who know me, know I love to shoot in both raw and jpeg, and use the jpeg a lot of the time because of Fujifilm’s amazing colours. Usually though, I edit the photos, be it cropping, exposure adjustments or other minor tweaks. Today, I bring you totally unedited images, taken with the X-T3 and using my favourite MGA Colour Chrome+ recipe.

I am more than happy with today’s outcome, and of course enjoyed the day! I will make some raw edits, and indeed have a selection of edited raw files from last week to share with you all. Afan Valley Forest is a great area, full of pathways for walking and cycling, rivers, mountains, trees and so much natural beauty that it’s unbelievable. Just on the outskirts in the South Wales Miners Museum, where I took a couple of the more industrial images.

I hope you enjoyed these straight from camera images today, why not have a look around at my other photos while you are here!

Many thanks, and hope you call back soon. I’ll also be making an announcement regarding a Christmas special that is coming up in December.

Published by mgadams1970

Fujifilm Documentary Photographer & Blogger.

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