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As a documentary photographer, I like to document the images I’m taking. This means plenty of insight into why I took the images, what I used to take the images and so much more. Please visit my latest blogs below, or visit the blog section for much more content. Select blog’s are now available in Podcast form from Anchor and Spotify.

Photographing wildlife (birds) with the XC50-230mm

We all know that the Fujifilm XC50-230mm is often belittled and very underrated. We looked at Fujifilms most underrated lens recently, and the general feedback was that those who actually use it, really like it, but those who hadn’t used it seemed to think it was just a poor man’s…

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Mumbles Hill Nature Reserve & Town Visit

It was a very windy day with intermittent sunshine, and our regular weekly group meet activities took us to Mumbles Hill Nature Reserve, leading us down into Mumbles town before finishing off where we started. A perfect day for being out and enjoying ourselves as a group, as well as…

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Neath Abbey In Colour Infrared

A visit to the 12th Century Abbey at Neath Abbey, Neath in Wales. I’ve been experimenting with Infrared, and I’ve been using Darktable to develop the photographs, however, today I experimented using ON1 Photo Raw 2021.5 to develop the raw files. I didn’t realise that it has settings to make…

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Bluebells!

Bluebell season is here! I’m not going to bore you with hundreds of bluebell photographs, so here are a few of my favourite photographs from a recent shoot that I undertook with my best mate. All images captured on the X-T3 with 15-45mm and post-processed in Photoscape X Pro using…

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Spotlight: Photography with Poems by Ann Tudball (#06)

Welcome to episode #6 of our spotlight on Ann Tudball’s wonderful work. In this episode Ann shares two great poems for you all to enjoy, while I supply the images for each of these amazing pieces of work. In episode #6 we have three pieces of writing for you to…

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Why I didn’t go full frame and went with Fujifilm

Around two years ago I decided that it was time for a change. I’d been shooting with various Nikon cameras (D40, D3200, D5300, D7100) over the years, alongside shooting film. I’d also had hands on with many other camera makes and different sensor sizes from micro four-thirds Panasonic cameras through…

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The Advantages Of Photographing In Raw

I’ve already written an article on the benefits of shooting jpeg, but of course, many photographers like to photograph in raw. Of course, all you need to do is take photographs in which ever mode suits you, so as a companion piece we’ll look at what benefits you have taking…

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The Quays Sunset

The Quays is a riverside area on the Neath river starting at Briton Ferry Neath/Baglan in Port Talbot. The route takes in industrial land to the one side, and the river Neath on the other, overlooking some beautiful countryside. We thought we would take the opportunity to get out as…

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Fujifilm’s most underrated lens

Fujifilm release some amazing lenses. In fact, there is not really a lens that is not capable, or not sharp enough to please even the most toughest critics. However, because Fujifilm have an XF range and an XC range, targeting quality build and higher price over lower price and a…

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