As a continuation of my Lisbon series, this post contains a couple of images that I captured on the last evening when I was out for some nighttime street shooting. These two photos kind of stand out on their own because of their vibe, so that's why I'm making a separate post just for them.
It was the first time I was travelling with my Sony α6000, and I was also trying out a new 30mm Sigma prime lens. That focal length proved to be somewhat limiting in terms of framing options for that setting, but I needed the wider aperture that it offers over the kit lens as I was not shooting with a tripod.
I spent most of my time that evening walking around in an older part of the city near a castle on a hill. Many of the buildings were situated on a slope, and there were stairs everywhere which turned my photo session into a workout session for my legs, but it was all worth it.
I am not good with words, so rather than trying to describe the predominant sight and mood that evening, I'll just let the images speak.
I really enjoyed roaming around this part of Lisbon that evening. I had no map with me, but I didn't need one because I just needed to keep going down and eventually, I would hit the main road at the foot of the hill. It felt a little eerie at times when I was passing through the quieter and darker alleys, but I didn't feel unsafe even late into the night.
That's all for this post. I have quite a few more photos to share from my Lisbon trip, so stay tuned for my next post if you are interested.
Adeus é fique bem!