Lens Love is an occasional series of posts about the vintage lenses I’ve used and loved most. The dry technical data and 100% corner crops of brick walls can be found elsewhere. What I’m more interested in is what specifically about a lens makes me love using it, and why I believe you should try… Continue reading Lens Love #5 – Asahi Takumar 105mm f/2.8 M42
This month I'm using a Panasonic Lumix XS1 as my only camera. You can read the first post here. After using the little Lumix more, I have a few further observations. First, did I mention it was tiny? I don't have a particularly large smartphone, but the XS1 is smaller, and feels lighter (I haven't… Continue reading One Month One Camera – March 2020 (II) – Lessons With The Little Lumix XS1
As a blogger, I'm generally far more of a creator of my own work than a curator of other people's. These are unique times though, so I thought I'd gather together and share some of the blog posts and articles I'd found particularly inspiring and positive in recent days. The Sun Still Shines - Photographer… Continue reading Sunlight Seeping Through The Darkness
Growing up in our tiny village primary school, my year had all of about 10 kids in it. There were only about 70 of us in the whole school. So being there six hours a day, five days a week, you got to know everyone pretty well, and pretty quickly. Looking back though, there's no-one… Continue reading Building Your Tribe (All Around The World)
Each time I go to update my About Now page, I estimate around a month has passed since the last time. It's always longer, on this occasion over three months! I've just updated it today, please check it out - About Now. What are you up to with your photography at the moment? Please let… Continue reading Photography Now!