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JossPretty Mar 15
super cool! feels so isolated here

Tarrytown lighthouse.



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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in Tarrytown, around 30 minutes from New York city, it is a lighthouse on the Hudson river, yes on a river, very curious and pinterest.
Time
It was taken at 18:37, on a cold February afternoon.
Lighting
It was a very cloudy and dark day, maybe those conditions are not good for most situations, but it was perfect for a long exposure.
Equipment
This was shot with a Fujifilm X-e2s and a Fujinon 16-55mm f2.8 at f13, I also had a polarizer and 6 stop ND filter on it.
Inspiration
I am always looking for new places to shot, better if I can take a train to go there and that place was perfect and close to me. Even if the weather wasn't perfect that day I came out with that beautiful picture that I really enjoyed take. Also the heavy fog that started to fall helped a lot.
Editing
Usually I just do basic re-touching in Adobe Lightroom and this case was not different.
In my camera bag
In my bag I always carry my main camera, a Fujifilm X-e2s and a Fuji 16-55mm f2.8, with my tripod and my two filters, a 6 stop ND and a circular polarizer, both from breakthrough. I also carry a hoodie, some snacks, water and power supply for my phone.
Feedback
As a landscape photographer, I always hope for the best weather conditions, but it's rarely happening, so the only advice that I can give you is to go out and enjoy your day even if the weather does not look good, the weather is something that is always changing in just minutes but the chance to miss a good shot will not change.

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