Bailgate Walk October 2020

Bailgate Walk October 2020. October is the start of everything turning into those lovely reds and oranges. Everything becomes that little bit more warm-toned apart from the sky and everything also becomes that little more cosy. I decided to trade my Sony a7ii in and do a straight swap for my Canon 6D that I had previously.

In hindsight I wish I hadn’t swapped my canon for the Sony as on paper the Sony is better but in use, the Canon really shits all over the Sony in its practice. The Canon has something special about it and honestly, I’m so, so happy to finally have it back in my life.

I took it for a good run out and about the city I live in and came home with tons of photos to edit, a change from the Sony. I also found when shooting with the Sony I’d take more photographs on my phone and this time it was a different story.

Bailgate Walk October 2020

It was a brisk October’s day and my partner finished work early so me and my 9 month old daughter, Minnie ventured into town to meet him from work and go grab some photographs with the Canon. Min was wrapped up super warm in her buggy where as me, jeans and a small leather jacket didn’t take away the chill of the wind. I didn’t let it deter me though. I was more than motivated enough already to use my new/old camera to not let the cold get to me.

All photographs in this post were taken with a Canon 6D paired with a 50mm 1.8
bailgate walk october 2020
bailgate walk october 2020
bailgate walk october 2020

What did you think of these photographs? Did they give you all the Autumnal feels? I hope they did. I am looking forward to be able to get some more beautiful Autumn shots this year. It’s nice to be able to go out still and enjoy nature with my camera with all the mass hysteria in the world right now regarding Covid.

Are you a fan of Autumn photography? I’d love to see some of your work too, let’s inspire each other. Leave a link to your website or blog in the comments or even your Instagram and let’s get connected!

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