Stunning Tenby And Area (Filmed In New MGA Classic Pro)

I was lucky enough to have a visit to Tenby in West Wales recently, and decided to take the opportunity to take photos of the area and try out a new Fujifilm film simulation recipe I designed. The idea of these “recipes” is to get the image to a point, in camera, where little toContinue reading “Stunning Tenby And Area (Filmed In New MGA Classic Pro)”

Fujifilm Recipe & Colour Grading Resource

The aim of this article is to give a resource to Fujifilm users who like to use film simulation recipes in their photography. It includes tips and links to give you a complete resource to get the best out of your camera. Please support the creators of these recipes by visiting their websites whenever possible.Continue reading “Fujifilm Recipe & Colour Grading Resource”

Flowers! My favourite time of year is starting now!

You know I love photography, but sometimes I get a little bored of photographing certain things, however, flowers never tire me. I love them! Every single image you take is different, the colours are amazing, the smells are beautiful and they are just fun and give amazing results! A short visit to Singleton Botanical GardensContinue reading “Flowers! My favourite time of year is starting now!”

First Group Photography Shoot 2022 – Jersey Marine

It was great to be back with the group, and our first visit was to the Tennant Canal at Jersey Marine, Neath. 15 of us started and we were hit by bad footing throughout, but we soldiered on, and managed to get a few photographs and see some sights we had not seen before. ThisContinue reading “First Group Photography Shoot 2022 – Jersey Marine”

And another year begins! Photography is back!

It’s been a strange month, what with Christmas and the New Year, plus a break in my group walks. I haven’t picked up my Fujifilm X-T3 in a long while, not since the last meet of 2021. However, I have still been taking photographs, with my Instax cameras and with my new Google Pixel 6Continue reading “And another year begins! Photography is back!”