A Walk In The Park With The 50-230mm

Today was a day for some recon on a destination to take the photography group that I run. Although we have visited Margam Park many times before, this was the first time this year, and I decided to visit a trail we have never been on. I travelled light, with just the 50-230mm lens attachedContinue reading “A Walk In The Park With The 50-230mm”

Castles, Animals And A Church At Merthyr Mawr

Today we visited a castle we had never been to before, a beautiful church we had never been able to enter before and an area which is one of the most beautiful areas of South Wales. Merthyr Mawr, taking in Candleton Castle, Ogmore Castle, a beautiful church in a very exclusive village and so muchContinue reading “Castles, Animals And A Church At Merthyr Mawr”

Where I want to go with my photography lenses (my current road map).

I’ve been making some changes lately, I’ve sold some of my Fujifilm gear and I’ve invested into the Olympus ecosystem for the very first time. Over the years I’ve grown to realise what I use, what I don’t and where I want to go. Here’s a brief set of thoughts. Am I moving to Olympus?Continue reading “Where I want to go with my photography lenses (my current road map).”

A Trip Around Neath Fair Market Stalls

Like clockwork, the fair arrives at Neath town centre every September on the second Tuesday of the month. It has been a spectacle since its first introduction in 1280 and lasts until the Saturday, giving us five days of market stalls and fairground rides. The sites, the smell and the people make this a specialContinue reading “A Trip Around Neath Fair Market Stalls”

Why the camera you use (probably) doesn’t matter.

We live in a world where we want, want, want, and this goes for photographers as much as anyone else. However, the fact is, your latest camera you have just bought, really didn’t matter to your photography as much as you hoped. Here’s why… First of all, if you’re a professional photographer, this doesn’t applyContinue reading “Why the camera you use (probably) doesn’t matter.”