Shrewsbury in photographs (& reflection)
10th March 2015
I just wanted to share a few photos from my weekend at home and our trip to Shrewsbury. I want to get as much practice with my camera before New York as it’s been trapped inside during these winter months.
I instantly realised a mistake with these photos though. Spending so much time doing inside photography for my blog means that I rarely take my camera of f/3.5, which is what I took all of these photographs on. Big mistake. Photoshop is a life saver, but a lesson has been learnt for the future.
And that’s something that is so great about practising with photography; you learn from your own mistakes. It’s scary being out there on your own without a good photographer to ask for help (thanks Ty!) so you’ve just got to keep trying.
Also, Firefox messes around with the colour of my photos, making them a lot darker. I think I need to switch to a better browser.
Shrewsbury is the town I was born in. It’s also where Charles Darwin was born. It’s a beautiful town (so much nicer than where I grew up) so I recommend a visit if you are ever in Shropshire.