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Coleraine Street-Monochrome

Spending a windy afternoon in Coleraine, and trying to find something to occupy the time, I decided to do some simple street shots, around The Diamond – the main shopping area of the town.  Despite the cold weather, the car-parks were full, and I left the car in a side street, returning to find an enthusiastic traffic warden had ticketed my car!  So, I’m posting a photo of him (or one of his mates) below…

 

Processed with Focos

I took the Fujifilm X-T30 and a 100-200mm lens up the street, with the ‘film simulation mode’ on the camera set to ACROS.  Film simulation mode is unique to Fujifilm (I think) – for the Fujifilm people have been renowned for their range of films, each with distinctive characteristics.  Acros film is a black and white film with unique grain and mid-range contrasts. Continue reading Coleraine Street-Monochrome

#Coleraine in the Rain!

A day-off trip in the train to the town of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry – a town I haven’t visited for a few years.  The town was always bustling with shoppers, and busy retail outlets but the economic slump seems to have taken its toll, for lots of shops are vacant. Still the big department stores are still trading and still serving great lunches. Here’s my rainy-day shot of the town centre. Taken using the Hueless App, looking towards the Diamond from St Patrick’s Church. img_3169-1