Autumn Park Walk With A Telephoto Lens

Autumn is supposed to be ending soon, but it has not quite reached it’s full potential yet. I took a walk up Margam Park and seen some deer, squirrels, trees, alpacas, waterfalls and more. It was a great few hours, walking 12,000 steps in the fresh air in typical autumnal weather, just enjoying the fact I was out!

I took my Fujifilm X-T3 along with my trusty 50-230mm lens, and set out to capture some landscape images, but captured a whole lot more besides. Images are edited in Darktable, using my “Crimson Boost” Dt Style. I have been experimenting adding clarity settings too, as well as a bit more contrast and even a little Orton-effect.

And there we have it. An enjoyable day and some enjoyable editing. I will be doing a YouTube video on on one of these images very soon, showing how it was editing in Darktable!

Until next time, thank you very much!

Mark

Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm Documentary Photographer & Blogger.

4 thoughts on “Autumn Park Walk With A Telephoto Lens

  1. After using primes, mostly wide angles and normal range focal lengths, I finally broke down and got a 55-200mm zoom. It was a great way to shake things up when you feel like you’ve done it all already. The long zoom forces you to look for small details that would have been swallowed up in a wider shot.

    Going out with only a telephoto zoom is a good way to work for an exercise.

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