Shells Taken With Fujifilm S5700, Aperture Priority, Processed To HDR With 3 Images (Varying Shutter Speeds) +1 ev, 0ev, -1ev, 0ev: F5.6, ISO 100, Focal Length 6mm, Hand-Held
Sometimes I've just got to grab my camera and get out there and shoot - I don't mean around the house or in the garden, but somewhere with some fresh air, a salty breeze and some silence.
You may recognise this scene from the dawn set I did a couple of weeks ago - this one's taken in the early afternoon, but the tides in about the same place. If you compare the two, you may be able to work out the trick I played with the Dawn version...
Rusted Taken With Fujifilm S5700, Aperture Priority, F3.5, 1/200th, ISO 100, Focal Length 27mm, Hand-held
There's a big, rusty metal tank on the waterline, and this is a shot looking down into it, showing the rust and sand sediment, given the usual square crop in Elements. I boosted colour and saturation with levels and hue adjustment layers, applied in the "overlay" blend mode.
Sea-Fill Taken With Fujifilm S5700, Aperture Priority, F5.6, 1/450th, ISO 100, Focal Length 6mm, Hand-held
I've gotten very lazy recently - I can't remember the last time I used my polariser or grad on this type of shot, let alone my tripod.... Promise to self - next time use them!
Bad Reception Taken With Fujifilm S5700, Aperture Priority, F5.6, 1/250th, ISO 100, Focal Length 40mm, Hand-held
Another abstract - always a good bet when the light's not brilliant. Should have gone steeper with the angle me-thinks.
Nothing special on this Photowalk, but it was great to get out a grab a few shots at a moments notice - it must have taken me all of half an hour, including the walk there and back.