One Camera One Lens Renewed For A Third Year

There’s a lot of celebrating this weekend, what with the Queen’s jubilee celebrations all around us. But more importantly, I’m celebrating the renewal of my website domain. There’s lots happened, and there’s lots to come!

First of all, I would like to thank you, the reader for making this possible. Through your continuous input and support, I have decided to keep Onecameraonelens.com going for another 12 months! Also, it’s with all my heart that I thank those of you who donated money for me to continue this endeavour. I honestly can’t thank you enough!

I’m looking forward to the future, and I have so much planned. Here is a quick list of what’s coming up to the website:

• The usual weekly photography blogs of my adventures.
• More articles and tips on photography. I try and share my knowledge with you, and I know a lot of you appreciate that.
• More software reviews. Thanks to the website popularity, software houses frequently reach out for me to review photography software (editing programs, plugins and more). All reviewed honestly, to make sure you don’t waste your money.
• Lens and camera reviews will be more regular this year, so keep in touch!
• Other photographers having space on the website, as I share their talents and give my usual support.
• Future website tweaks, ensuring the best experience on computer, tablet and phone. Everything will continue to work seamlessly on the device of your choice.

Of course, I can’t look forward to the future, without looking at the past. It’s been a great two years, where I’ve seen hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the site, many of which return on a regular basis.

Although over the last three months I was quiter than usual, the website still attracted between 600-1200 visits daily. About half that figure visit the dedicated Fujifilm section, while the other half spend time on reading the numerous blogs and articles.

This new year of the website I want to keep concentrating on quality, as well as try and focus on releasing two or more new features a week.

So, thank you all for making this possible, and I look forward to making more content for you all to enjoy.

Fun Fact: In 2022, there have been:
• Visitors from over 160 countries around the World.
• 120 thousand visits from January 1st 2022 up to Sunday 5th June 2022.
• 17 thousand searches on Google (not other search engines) alone for content on the website.
• Thousands of referrals from other sites such as DPReview, DIY Photography, YouTube, various Fujifilm groups and much more (not including direct links from Facebook).

Once again, thank you, and there will be more content very soon!

Mark

Published by Mark G.Adams

Fujifilm Documentary Photographer & Blogger.

4 thoughts on “One Camera One Lens Renewed For A Third Year

  1. Good work Mark, enjoy this channel so much… When I talk with others on different channels, I often point them in your direction , via your site. Particularly when discussing the ‘how to set up custom recipes’ and add them to fuji cameras, and that mystery area of the WB custom settings work flow …still confuses me on my xe3 camera! As long as you enjoy preparing the blogs articles reviews, to this web site, please do keep going forward as we do appreciate it. Thank You.

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    1. Thank you very much Martin. I do enjoy it, and I enjoy the interaction it brings, and I get to meet people like you and others who really make a difference.

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