The Gnoll, Neath. A Visit In Tweaked Provia (Straight From Camera)

We visited the Gnoll grounds in Neath on a hot and sunny day. A 230 acre grounds, filled with four reservoirs and ponds, trees, fields, wildlife and so much more, and a place that no matter how many times you visit, you find something new to explore. Today’s task was a simple one. I’ve beenContinue reading “The Gnoll, Neath. A Visit In Tweaked Provia (Straight From Camera)”

My Fujifilm journey led me to relive the film look

Little did I know when I bought my first Fujifilm X series camera, the X-T20, that moving from Nikon would be such a huge change in what I do and how I perceive photography. They say you’re led on a path when fate intervenes, and I made my own fate by switching to Fujifilm. TheContinue reading “My Fujifilm journey led me to relive the film look”

Daytime Beach, River And Industrial Walk

I’m not going to lie to you all, it’s been a hard few months not going anywhere and not seeing anyone because of the local lockdowns we’ve been having, and I have just not had the energy to get out and about with the camera as much as I should have. However, today that wentContinue reading “Daytime Beach, River And Industrial Walk”

Lockdown Street Photography: Port Talbot with Fred Herzog Kodachrome

Today was the first chance that I had to really go out and test my new Fujifilm X-T3 and my new film recipe I’ve been working on based on Fred Herzog’s Kodachrome images. I’ve really liked the look of his work, and although it was Kodachrome slide film that he used, he had a certainContinue reading “Lockdown Street Photography: Port Talbot with Fred Herzog Kodachrome”