Penllergare Forest Walk (With The Viltrox 56mm)

Another week, and again I visit a forest. Today we were lucky as when we arrived there was a bit of autumn mist, which gave us something a bit different to photograph! I didn’t take too many photographs as I really just enjoyed the walking and talking today! All images taken with the Fujifilm X-T3Continue reading “Penllergare Forest Walk (With The Viltrox 56mm)”

A Long Overdue Portrait Shoot

For many years I’ve been planning on having a selfie-portrait shoot. Today I had a spare 90 minutes, so gathered up all my gear (camera, black backdrop, flash etc) and proceeded to take photos of myself, for myself. A learning curve if you will, to find myself and to find a part of my photographyContinue reading “A Long Overdue Portrait Shoot”

An Autumn Visit To Craig Gwladys Country Park

Autumn is a wonderful time for photography. The colours, the textures, the mushrooms, the leaves and the light all come together to give us a chance to take photos of natures beauty. Craig Gwladys was the place I visited last week and found the red mushrooms, how things changed over the course of five days,Continue reading “An Autumn Visit To Craig Gwladys Country Park”

A selection of Darktable Styles

Darktable has its own presets that are known as Styles. They’re a powerful and useful part of editing in Darktable, and they can be great starting points to give your images a consistent look and feel. As a major contributor to Fujifilm film simulation “recipes”, it’s been at the back of my mind for aContinue reading “A selection of Darktable Styles”

Dehancer Review: The ultimate film emulation plugin.

It’s very much in vogue right now, especially among Fujifilm photographers, to try and make their images look like they were taken from a film camera. However, although Fujifilm film simulations are great, and software based LUTs and presets do a good job, they’re all “almost” the look. Here is where Dehancer comes to theContinue reading “Dehancer Review: The ultimate film emulation plugin.”