Fujifilm X-t1, Fujinon 55-200mm f3.5-4.8

 

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Today I gave myself an assignment. As a hobby photographer you sometimes need some inspiration. I live in a nice place and there are probably places I haven’t been but the 35 kilometer scenery besides and in front of the  road to my work is definitely been milked out, photography wise. I now every bent in the road and valley and only during a few weeks in the year the light is good in the morning or afternoon when I ride back home. I sometimes bring a telephoto lens with me for the occasional wildlife but there are not many places where you can safely stop the car on the side of the road so this is limited to and I have had little luck.

So whenever I am in a situation  where I think I have seen it all I start giving myself assignments. Taking pictures of something with yellow in it, or garbage on the street or whatever I can come up with. Normally I also limit myself to one (focal length) lens to give it even more of a challenge. Today I cheated in this regard  by taking the Fujinon 55-200mm with me. I wanted to take pictures of electricity poles that you see everywhere here. I did it while I drove to work so I didn’t have the time to walk to far to the best places but I still wanted to try to make interesting pictures.

I personally like to take pictures of things that you normally don’t pay attention to. Isolated of there surrounding they are often interesting and even beautiful. The pictures I took today are ok but I have seen some nice places to go to when I have time. This is another benefit of these assignments, they can lead you to new inspiration. I edited the photos is lightroom, I was a little bit more creative, also to compensate for the harsh light, if you can take it fake it.

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