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
With this ongoing One Month One Camera (OMOC) project, I usually find that the camera I choose for the next month is strongly influenced by how the previous month went, and the camera I used. Last month my Ricoh GR Digital III was the chosen one, and reminded me what a fantastic camera it is.… Continue reading One Month One Camera – Mar 2020 (I) – Another Month, Another Lumix – The Panasonic Lumix DMC-XS1
So this month I've been using just the wonderful Ricoh GR Digital III. Looking back over the month, despite my love of this camera, I didn't actually take that many photographs. This is mostly because of the almost relentlessly wet and windy weather, meaning my usual windows of opportunity for photo walks have mostly been… Continue reading One Month One Camera – Feb 2020 (III) – Ricoh GRD III Summary
Most of us here don't regularly make photographs of subjects ranging from plants to planets, high speed sports events to staged studio models, and wildlife roaming half a mile away down to insects at the end of your nose macro. With a few weddings and family parties in between. Which means we don't need some… Continue reading For Each Camera, A Unique Purpose (And The Attraction Of Those We’ve Not Yet Met)
This month in my One Month One Camera project I've returned to an old favourite, the Ricoh GR Digital III. Despite being one of the more expensive used cameras I've bought (around £150 in 2018), it's more than earned its keep. In fact I enjoy using the GRD III so much, I feel like there's… Continue reading One Month One Camera – Feb 2020 (II) – Ricoh GR Digital III – Lost For Words?