The Fujifilm X-Pro1 is a remarkable versatile camera that can jump from capturing long exposure images to close up macros with very little user intervention. I headed out to St. John’s Point Lighthouse to try and capture it at low tide. I was late. I certainly had a bit more access than I normally have but the tide comes in a rapid rate. The was a bright day so I employed the techniques outlined in the long exposure ebook to try and cope with high levels of light but still be able to smooth out the sea. I also decided to go around the Lighthouse and view the Mournes from across the bay. It was a remarkably quiet and clear day, the mountains seemed closer than normal and almost in front of the clouds. I jumped around between the Fujinon 18mm and 35mm lenses throughout the visit.
All photographs were shot with the X-Pro1 and either the 18mm or 35mm lenses, check the EXIF out on flickr if you want to know more.
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