I’ve been dabbling in the sea after sunset again…

January 18, 2016

Moon Over The Sea

.. and it was warmer than I thought it would be :) It’s almost November after all and the temperature outside was 6 degrees C (42F).

It was a very busy day. Karolina spent it in analogue portrait photography workshop at her school and I attended free Fujifilm Workshop. It was fun, though not my usual cup of tea (street/urban photography with Tomasz Lazar). I got to try the new Fujinon 90mm F/2 though. Sweet lens, a must have I think :) I’m going to post some photos from there soon but since I’m not too happy with the results they need to grow on me first I guess.

So how did I take the photo above you ask? No, it was not part of the workshop (doesn’t look street or too urban right?). Well, after I had returned home and picked the kids up we drove to get something to eat and since we had some time left before Karolina finished her workshops I decided to take the kids to the beach. I must say, I’m really happy with this photo. It was one of those photos you say “f..k yeah” when you see it for the first time on the camera’s LCD :)

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