Just a quick post, with a few of my recent captures whilst on my travels with the Samsung NX1. Be it stunning sunsets, or very rare Aurora Borealis in the Southwest of England, I have been blessed to be there and capture it.
So far all my NX1 pictures have been captured with my legacy glass, for landscape the 12-24mm, for zoom work the 50-200mm III OIS. And even the 16-50mm PZ for the Northern Lights! That is about to change, as part of the package Samsung put together for us Imageloggers, it included the new 15-50mm S lens F2-2.8. There was for whatever reason a slight delay in us getting these, but at last I now have it. I have been missing a good fast lens in my bag, so at last I now have one…
Surfer Sunset – Not much colour in the sunset this evening, the surfers still enjoyed themselves.
Cornish Coastal Calm Mono – A seascape taken at Sandymouth in Cornwall. Mono or Colour?
Surfer Dude – A little bit of PS was used to create this 5 shot merge of a surfer in Cornwall at sunset. I do love the 15FPS of the NX1.
Cornish Coastal Calm Colour – A seascape taken at Sandymouth in Cornwall.
Cornish Dreams – I do love editing the shots I take. I enjoy the editing process almost as much as the taking of the shots. Often in my mind I see the final edit as I am taking the shot, or should i say, I take the shot to achieve the vision I have.
Aurora Borealis Devon – On the 17th of March 2015, the whole of the UK was able to see the Aurora Borealis if you were in a cloudless area. I was working down in the South West area of the UK, and after getting the alert that it was happening, packed my kit and headed out. It was not as far south as me, to be overhead but was very visible in the night sky.
Rhossili Sunset – Just a quick one that I grabbed whilst working down in South Wales. This was the lovely sunset at Worm Head, Rhossili, Wales. Shot using a Lee little stopper and a .9 hard grad.
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