Last week I went on a trip to Prince Edward Island in Canada. My wife has long been a fan of the Anne of Green Gables books, and had wanted to visit there since she was a child. I was excited by the opportunity to take some photographs along the coast. Due to airfare and rental car costs, my wife and daughter flew, but my son and I did a road trip, adding a quick stop to Acadia National park in Maine. I’d been there once before, but it was before I was really a photographer. I shot mostly with my Canon R5, and to a lesser extent with my Fujifilm X100V. I also brought along my Mamiya C330 to shoot some rolls of film as well (all film was self-developed at home). I was really happy with the shots I got, of which I’ve presented a selection below. Enjoy!
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4 thoughts on “Photography Along the Atlantic Coast”
great pictures! I’d love to visit PEI some day in the near future. I am (like most) a big fan of lighthouses. Now I have a couple more inspirations…
May I ask what HDR preset (in DPP) you favor?
Best wishes, Heinz
Thanks! I don’t use DPP in my workflow, so these are using Lightroom’s Merge to HDR feature. I’ve used some other HDR software like Nik in the past, but I find LR gives me the most realistic output as it just creates a 32 bit DNG of the merged images.
Nice shots Son ! I particularly like the Big Dipper.
( but no Poutine picture ? )
These film shots are trully amazing. I love it. Almost square aspect ratio is something really different and very likable. That’s one of the reasons why m43 is still my favourite travel gear. Its 4:3 is much closer to 1:1 than aps-c. Though why Olympus or Panasonic can not deliver any PRO oriented rangefinder style camera is beyond me …