Photos From the Road
I’ve been travelling for the past week and a half, and over the course of my trip, I’ve been taking pictures at every opportunity. So far, I’ve been in four countries and four different cities and towns. I’m still not finished, and I’ll be doing some more work before getting home, but I wanted to share a few of the images I’ve taken while travelling.
We started our journey in Cambridge, UK. From there we went to London for a day, before getting the Eurostar to Brussels. From there we changed to the DB ICE train to Frankfurt and from there to the little town of Heppenheim in the German countryside. It’s been a busy trip, but exciting, and I think I got some good photos and footage.
I’ve been working on my laptop and processing everything in Lightroom. This is a bit of a challenge for me, as I’m used to working off a mac pro with two screens, so the small footprint of the MacBook Pro took a bit of getting used to. I’ll probably tweak the images further when I get back, so these are just a sample of what I shot and I’ll be posting more to my PhotoJournal when I get home and process the images properly.
For those interested in the technical side of things, the majority of these were shot using a Fuji X-Pro 2 and 18-55mm lens. There were some Canon G7XII shots in there too. If you haven’t seen it already, don’t forget to check out my travel vlog series that I’ve been doing on this trip too. I’ve published the first part already on my YouTube channel, and the second part will be up either at the end of this week or early next week
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