Adam Perfect


Storm light at Cullercoats

Fujifilm GFX 50R, 63.0mm, 1/300s, f/16.0, ISO 100

A little while back I shared a photograph looking back at Cullercoats Bay after a rainstorm had passed. The fast-changing, high-contrast light that followed the rain was so fun to photograph and I ended up with a bunch of images I like.

It was the kind of light that lends itself really well to black and white, and while the image I shared previously was relatively high key, I also love these punchier frames I got from shooting more towards, and into, the sun.

FUJIFILM GFX 50R, 63mm, 1/300s at ƒ/16.0

With the Tynemouth sea wall and Tynemouth Priory picked out in silhouette, with the rocky low tide revealed in foreground, I love the mood of these images. 

FUJIFILM GFX 50R, 63mm, 1/349s at ƒ/16.0
FUJIFILM GFX 50R, 63mm, 1/124s at ƒ/16.0

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Adam is a Director of User Experience by day and photographer as time allows.

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