Street Photography In Port Talbot Food Festival With 27mm Lens

When you are a photographer, you need to make a choice how you are going to take photographs. As part of the one camera one lens ethos, tonight’s location shoot took place with a 27mm F/2.8 pancake lens in the centre of Port Talbot. There was a small food fayre there, and it was greatContinue reading “Street Photography In Port Talbot Food Festival With 27mm Lens”

The Continuous Shooting Trick That’ll Get You The Shot

There’s a way to capture the perfect photo, a way which will allow you to never miss the moment, … And it’s simple to do on any camera! * This article isn’t about “spray and pray” techniques, but about using the tools at your disposal when you need to. If you don’t miss the shotsContinue reading “The Continuous Shooting Trick That’ll Get You The Shot”

Why Printing Your Photographs Is Important Now More Than Ever

History There was a time when the only photographs you could look at that you had taken were printed images. They may have been square Polaroids, 6×4, 7×5 or larger prints, and even passport sized images. They were stored away in photo albums and once in a while they were taken out to view. InsideContinue reading “Why Printing Your Photographs Is Important Now More Than Ever”

Creating Film (Fujifilm Film Simulations)

Introduction Onecameraonelens hosts over a dozen film simulations which were created by myself. Leica M10, Agfa, Kodachrome and Fujicolour are just a few of the examples of film simulations that have been based on classic film stock, while others are tweaked versions of Fuji’s own film simulations, giving an altogether different look. The idea ofContinue reading “Creating Film (Fujifilm Film Simulations)”