26 Oct A Walk in the Woods with the X100T
Source: Maclean Photographic
After two weeks away in Japan and Portugal today was the first opportunity I have had to visit one of my favourite places near to my home in Scotland.
With autumn in full swing we decided to go for a walk in the woods near Tyningham beach and with the sun shining through the trees there was some great photographic opportunities to be had. I decided not to go loaded down with lots of photographic gear and took only the Fujifilm X100T in my pocket. Going small and light meant I had to think creatively about what I was going to photograph but with the X100T that isn’t such a hard thing to do.
With the sunlight coming down through the trees, there were plants and leaves being highlighted by the shafts of light so I switched the X100T to macro mode to get in close with the Fujinon 23mm f2 lens. This sharp lens picked up all the detail in the backlit leaves and the forest floor.
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