As part of the things I got up to on August Bank Holiday this past weekend, I took a trip with the family to my hometown of Scarborough. I have now added he photos I took to their own gallery page here. These photos are somewhat significant in that they are the first taken with my new Canon 600D/Rebel T3i. The photos cover the entirety of Scarborough’s foreshore, from the Castle at the northern end, all the way to the Spa building at the southern end. Photos were mostly taken with the 18-55mm Kit lens, but some were also taken with a Canon ET-74 70-200mm f/4L USM lens.
I’m still getting used to the ins and outs of the new camera, and hopefully from here on out, the quality of photos taken on it will steadily increase, as I learn to better manipulate the camera. In the coming days, I’ll be doing a quick post about the camera, and my thoughts on it.
Also, keep a look out over the course of the week, as I’ll be uploading photos of my trips to Notting Hill Carnival and London.