Why use fisheye lenses?

Fisheye lenses are the one lens that can really divide opinion more than any other. It’s truly a love or hate relationship, but are they really misunderstood? We look at circular and rectilinear fisheye lenses so that you can get a very understanding of life with a fisheye lens. First things first, as mentioned above,Continue reading “Why use fisheye lenses?”

A Photography Shoot In Margam With The 23mm

We visited Margam Lake followed by Margam Park and walked around looking for things to photograph, but most importantly just enjoyed the day. I took a detour up the mountain, and seen some lovely scenery. Sometimes you visit a place that you’ve visited so many times before, you find it hard to photograph, and todayContinue reading “A Photography Shoot In Margam With The 23mm”

Aberglasney Gardens Vintage Summer Collection

I enjoyed Aberglasney Gardens so much, I wanted to do a quick revisit to the photographs that I had taken and use Fujifilm X Raw Studio to convert the raw files into my classic MGA Vintage Summer recipe. What we have here are a selection of different photos in different crops and a very distinctContinue reading “Aberglasney Gardens Vintage Summer Collection”

Aberglasney Gardens Photo Shoot

A visit to the quaint and extraordinary beautiful Aberglasney Gardens, near Llandeilo in Carmarthenshire on a warm, but mostly dry Tuesday morning led me to take many photographs of flowers, architecture, insects and more. Aberglasney was made famous by the BBC television series “A Garden Lost in Time” which followed its restoration. Today it isContinue reading “Aberglasney Gardens Photo Shoot”

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 taking photographs from the amazingContinue reading “Mumbles Hill Nature Reserve & Town Visit”