49 Shades of Grey

For the vast majority of photographers, myself included, finding time for your hobby can be tricky especially when juggling a day job, a family, or in some cases both. Add in to the mix the unpredictability of the British weather and for us landscape photographers those...

Friday Image No. 169

Formby Beach at Sunset. Captured using a Fuji X-T2. Please see text for full details. It’s felt like an eternity since I witnessed a good sunset or sunrise. But last weekend, I made a trip over to Formby with a friend and it was as if...

Revisiting a Forgotten Lens : The Fujinon XF 18-55mm f2.8-4.0

Snow on Balsam (Fujifilm X Pro 2, XF 18-55mm f2.8-4\ Your choice of camera often influences the way you use lenses; particularly in the Fujifilm camera universe.  Though the SLR-like bodies such as the XT-2, and XT-20 are very popular, I came into the X series...

Lens Review: Fujifilm GF 23mm F4 R WR (Fujifilm GF)

The Fujifilm GF 23mm F4 R WR is a really wide angle lens that can make so many scenes look fantastic. There’s something about the Fujifilm GF 23mm F4 R WR that can only be described as majestic; it delivers a big, grand, wide view of the world...

ALLOW YOURSELF FREEDOM | GERMANY

  Allow yourself the freedom to step away from perfection because it is only then that you can find success. Chase Jarvis See it on Scoop.it, via Fuji X-Pro1...

The Future of the Lightweight Photography Blog

View from the summit of Mam Tor at dawn, The Peak District. Fuji X-T2, 35-140 lens at 140mm. ISO200, 1/10″ at f/7.1. Tripod mounted. Kase Wolverine 0.6 ND Grad. The mist is clearing and I’m beginning to see the future of this blog. It will continue...

Masters of Landscape Photography

Dovestones Reservoir, Saddleworth. Fuji X-T2, 18-135 lens at 32mm, ISO100 f/11.0 1.5 seconds. 2 Stop Kase ND graduate filter on the sky. Tripod mounted. Over the Christmas break I bought a new book “Masters of Landscape Photography”. I would love to say I was featured, but...

Friday Image No.165

The Canal, Uppermill, Saddleworth. Fuji X-T2, 18-135 lens. ISO200, f/11.0, 1/50″ handheld. Over the Christmas break I headed out for a walk a number of times. Quite often I found myself taking the Fuji X-T2. Now that I have the 18-135mm lens, I find I’m using...