Bees And Things

I just wanted to grab the camera and take some photographs, so decided to go in the garden for half an hour. I originally wanted to photograph birds, but ended up photographing bees and things. Armed with my Fujifilm X-T3 and 18-135mm, I went out and got some photos. The lens lets you get surprisinglyContinue reading “Bees And Things”

A Day Of Photography, A Day Of Variety. From Morning Until Sunset.

Tuesday 3rd of August was a day of photography, in the morning the grounds of Jersey Park and the reservoir, a little later the church yard, and in the evening a sunset. I tried a number of in camera recipes, plus I used a few other tricks. Here are my favourites from the day. PartContinue reading “A Day Of Photography, A Day Of Variety. From Morning Until Sunset.”

A Retro Photography Experience: Swansea Gardens (In Vintage Summer Recipe And Square Crop)

As I strive to turn back the time with photography, and await the arrival of my new camera (you’ll see it soon!), I took to the gardens and landscapes of Swansea with my photography group and had a plan to really take photographs in a way I honestly haven’t tried before. It was the hottestContinue reading “A Retro Photography Experience: Swansea Gardens (In Vintage Summer Recipe And Square Crop)”

A macro session in the garden.

So, after reading my friend Marc’s post about macro tubes the other day, I thought I would have a quick play with my macro tubes in my garden on this lovely sunny day. I was using my Fujifilm X-T3 with 50-230mm lens (I found the 18-135mm too heavy). I set my shutter speed to 1/500Continue reading “A macro session in the garden.”

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”