Shooting the Dawn Landscape at Mellon Udrigle

Pre-dawn at Mellon Udrigle, Scotland. Fuji X-T3, 16-55 Fuji Lens, ISO160, 20″ at f/11.0. Kase Wolverine 0.9 Soft Grad filter. Tripod mounted.I said in my previous post that I had a few more images from my recent Scotland trip. This shot is one of them....

Planning for the landscape.

A short guide to planning a landscape photography trip. Planning a Landscape photography trip for a single day or a week long adventure can be a lot of fun. Planning carefully can dramatically increase your chances of success. Turning up to a location unprepared can result...

Friday Image No. 188

Llanddulas, North Wales. Nikon D800, Nikon 24-120 lens. ISO100, f/16.0, 0.8″. Kase 0.9 Reverse ND Grad + Kase 6 Stop ND filter. Tripod. My saga with the corrupt Drobo is rumbling on. The Data Recovery software I was running finally completed it’s scan in the early...

Portland Bill with the GFX 50s

2.30pm and I’m leaving my house in Weston Super Mare and heading to the Dorset Coast. Portland Bill is one of those locations that provides a multitude of options when it comes to subject and composition and so its a place that I have and...

Zeiss Planar 45mm F2(test with X-Pro 2)

A few months back I procured the well regarded Zeiss Sonnar 90mm F2.8 (G fit). I was suitably impressed with this somewhat small marvel and the review is buried on this site somewhere! It was small, well made, EXTREMELY sharp - and ultimately convinced me...

How a frying pan can help with your picture taking

After my last blog encouraged you to make a tripod using a piece of string, I’m going to go a little more surreal this time by explaining how an old frying pan can be used to get dramatic low angle images. The standard route to...