Photography in the streets of Nantes, May 2019

Now that you’ve had a bit of time to get used to me, I’m going to show you some of the usual photography I do, to keep my eye in. No fancy lenses. Just the Fujifilm X100F with it’s 35mm equivalent lens.

So basically I go into town with my small inconspicuous little camera that does the business, and, believe it or not, take some photos. I then find a café to sit in, take a few more photos just in case, and start editing.

That entails sending the photos from the camera onto my phone via Wi-Fi, and getting annoyed when I have to start again a few times… Then comes the editing on my phone with Snapseed, and there you are. Photos ready to publish on Instagram or Facebook etc.

Win I do this I have my own preset as a starting point and that allows me to finely tune the end result. I nearly always go black and white for this kind of photography. The idea being that o manage to get photos of the ordinary things and try and give the justice. You’ll be able to decide when you look through.

On this particular trip, those of you who know Nantes will be able to see exactly where I went…

2 thoughts on “Photography in the streets of Nantes, May 2019

  1. Hi ian
    Really enjoyed looking at your blog.
    I do something similar myself as a way or recording those memories which would otherwise be forgotten.
    I am a fujilover and the X100F in particular. Mostly black and white. Will keep an eye out for your blog.
    Steve
    stevechiversphotography.com
    @steve.chiver_photographys

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    1. That’s really kind of you. The x100f really is a great piece of kit, and I really like mine. I also love my DSLR and collection of modern and vintage lenses. Glad you enjoy it!!

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