This year I've been experimenting with a One Month, One Camera (OMOC) project. The premise is simple, use just one camera for one month, to see the benefits of getting the best from it, and from committing to one camera for a sustained period generally. January, February and March reminded me that I'm sold on… Continue reading Bridge Of Surprise? The FujiFilm FinePix S7000
Whilst older 35hunter readers will recall the days I delighted in 35mm film, my needs evolved, and I haven't shot a full roll since May 2017. I've used digital cameras since my first attempts at shooting with intention around 2006-2007, and my love has continued to grow - prior to, alongside, and eventually beyond -… Continue reading Digital Classic Camera Archive!
My gradual shift from shooting film to digital was motivated by a number of factors, but a significant one was the size and weight of cameras. The digital compacts I favour these days give me results that are more than good enough, with the bonus of being very small and light. I can walk for two… Continue reading Why A Pentax Espio Should Be Top Of Your Compact Film Camera Wishlist
The romantic might believe that there's someone out there absolutely perfect for them. All you have to do is find them, then live happily ever after. However the pragmatist might suggest that instead, if we can find someone 90% compatible, that we have a strong connection with - and crucially who doesn't annoy us too… Continue reading Finally, My Dream Date Of A Camera On Paper? The Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3
We spoke the other week about cameranogamy - using just one camera - and some of the major benefits. I'm moving ever closer to this, but I'm not quite there yet. A warning before we go any further - this post is a bit of a gear post. I will probably use phrases like ISO… Continue reading One Camera Candidates – Ricoh GX100 Vs Sony Xperia