Camping trip, and experiments in wideangle

Just got the photos back from my trip with my BFF and her family, to Eweleaze Farm in Dorset. It was bloody lovely, and I got a few photos I really liked from the trip too.

I was mostly playing with my EOS 630 and the wide lens (Sigma 24mm superwide) I have for it – I love wideangle portraits, even though it’s not really what you’re meant to use a wide lens for. I love the wide shots from Wes Anderson films (hipster alert), and tried to recreate it where I can, with mixed success.

The film used was Fuji Superia 200, which came out with rather nice tones, if not terribly sharp. This could be down to processing in Jessops though, I don’t know. A few choice photos:

splitter

winding path

puppy

cliche 1

cliche 2

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