One Month, One Camera – December 2019 (II) – Panasonic Lumix LX3

This month is the sixth this year I've committed to one camera for the whole month, and my weapon of choice this time is the Lumix LX3. See the first part here, or all One Month, One Camera (OMOC) posts here. The LX3 is one of few remaining cameras I have, and for good reason.… Continue reading One Month, One Camera – December 2019 (II) – Panasonic Lumix LX3

One Month, One Camera – December 2019 (I) – Panasonic Lumix LX3

At the start of this calendar year I set out to try a new project, using just one camera for a month of photography. Sticking to my usual simple approach, I called the project One Month, One Camera. You can read the intro post from January here, and see all related posts here. So far… Continue reading One Month, One Camera – December 2019 (I) – Panasonic Lumix LX3

The 7Artisans Hybrid Lens That’s (Almost) Got Me Keen On Micro Four Thirds Again

Back in April, I started out with the aim of using my Panasonic Lumix GF1 for the month. But after an unfortunate accident with my sole native Micro Four Thirds (M43) lens rendered it unusable, I was left with my M42 lenses plus adapter. The novelty soon wore off. In short, whilst the results are… Continue reading The 7Artisans Hybrid Lens That’s (Almost) Got Me Keen On Micro Four Thirds Again

One Month, One Camera – April 2019 (III) – Last Dance Of The Lumix?

This month in my One Month, One Camera (OMOC) project, I chose the Panasonic Lumix GF1, a Micro Four Thirds (M43) body. I had at my disposal one native lens, a Lumix 12-32mm (24-64mm in 35mm terms) and my last four vintage manual focus M42 lenses, using an adapter. Unfortunately I dropped the Lumix lens… Continue reading One Month, One Camera – April 2019 (III) – Last Dance Of The Lumix?

When Your Camera’s Just Too Good

Not yet two weeks into the April chapter of my One Month, One Camera (OMOC) project, where my chosen cohort is a Panasonic Lumic GF1, a couple of interesting developments have occurred. First, an unfortunate accident. On a photowalk where I wanted to gauge how the GF1 felt to use with old M42 lenses (plus… Continue reading When Your Camera’s Just Too Good