The Best £15 You Can Spend On Your DSLR

My first DSLR was a used 2009 Pentax K-x, in 2014. At this point I'd already been shooting film SLRs a couple of years and had fallen for a number of vintage manual aperture, manual focus lenses, like the peerless Takumars, and the Helios 44 series. In researching DSLRs, I was delighted to discover that… Continue reading The Best £15 You Can Spend On Your DSLR

How To Stop Looking For What Isn’t Even Missing (Or, Trying To Justify My eBay Watch List)

There's much to be said for being happy with one's lot.  In most areas of my life I am hugely thankful for what I have, and part of my morning yoga and exercise routine includes saying thank you for all I'm blessed with. But, it seems, whatever I have on the photography gear front, a… Continue reading How To Stop Looking For What Isn’t Even Missing (Or, Trying To Justify My eBay Watch List)

The Colour Quest (X) – Cracking The K-30

Whilst finding cameras that make b/w images I love straight out of camera has not been too hard - and virtually all other cameras I've used can produce something pleasing after a quick run through one of my Snapseed presets - colour photography has proved far more challenging. This is the latest post in an… Continue reading The Colour Quest (X) – Cracking The K-30

DSLR Photography For £50 Or Less

An enduring theme on 35hunter has been photography on a budget. Previously, we’ve talked about how to get started with film photography for £27, and then even less that, around £12. The ongoing costs of film processing and scanning make it unsustainable for some (myself included), so I've also written about digital options, such as… Continue reading DSLR Photography For £50 Or Less