The weather has been somewhat changeable of late. While it can cause problems with outdoor events, it can really inject some much needed interest into your photography.
This image taken with my Fuji X-T1, shows how a fairly mundane shot, dare I say unimaginative, with no real care for composition, has been somewhat saved by the fantastic, brooding grey sky to the top left of the image. A heavy downpour can be seen over the buildings, and this is exactly the sort of photograph that sells to stock agencies. Sometimes agencies look for images that show the character of a place, and this particular file illustrates that nicely. The tide's flow, continuously affects the harbour area of Wells-Next-The-Sea and can completely change its look. The sky finishes the scene, and helps emphasise the character of the town.
|Storm over the Quay|